Whatsapp introduces a brand new technique to join companies
WhatsApp offers QR codes to make starting a chat with a company as easy as possible
As companies around the world prepare to reopen and expand online, people need easy ways to get in touch with businesses to ask questions, get information, or find something they might want to buy. Why Facebook has developed new functions for mobile applications, Whatsapp.
Facebook supports more than 50 million WhatsApp Business App users. In order for them and thousands of larger companies using the WhatsApp Business API to be discovered, the company is introducing new features to chat with a company on WhatsApp and see what goods and services they offer.
QR codes make starting a chat with a company as easy as possible. In the past, when people came across an interesting company, they had to add their WhatsApp number individually to their contacts. Now you can simply scan the QR code that a company displays in its storefront, product packaging or receipt to initiate a chat.
For example, Ki Mindful wearing, An activewear brand in Brazil that helped Facebook test the feature places QR codes on packages and product tags to invite customers to contact WhatsApp.
Scanning a QR code opens a chat with an optional pre-filled message created by the company to start the conversation. With the app's messaging tools, companies can quickly send information like their catalog to get the conversation going. To use QR codes, companies can take these quick steps.
From July 9, QR codes will be available to companies around the world using the WhatsApp Business app or the WhatsApp Business API.