WhatsApp stickers in pay mode: how to use

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WhatsApp recently introduced a range of stickers in payments to make money transactions fun. The instant messaging app even worked with five Indian artists to offer their users in India a new package of Payments stickers. These stickers are essentially based on various cultural expressions related to currency exchange. While stickers have long been available on WhatsApp, the introduction of Payment Stickers is new.

The artists who created these payment sticker packs include illustrator Anjali Mehta, sketch artist Anuja Pothireddy, illustrator and wall painter Neethi, illustrator and artist Osheen Silva, and graphic designer Mira Felicia Malhotra.

How to use WhatsApp stickers in checkout mode

To send payments to a WhatsApp contact, the user must be signed in for payments and have linked the UPI bank account. You can do this by tapping the three dot icon in the top right corner of the home screen and going to the Payments section. Once this is set up, WhatsApp payment stickers can be added when sending money to a user instead of texting them. Follow the simple steps to send payment stickers when sending money to someone through WhatsApp.

  1. Open WhatsApp, go to the chat of the user you want to send money to

  2. click on the rupee Icon in the text bar

  3. A new page will open and ask for the amount of money you want to transfer. Enter the amount.

  4. Under the amount field, an option to ‘Add a note’ appears. click on the Smiley option select there and then sticker Button.

  5. Users can add stickers by clicking + Icon in the upper right corner of the window. Once the sticker pack has been downloaded, it will appear in the sticker area.

  6. Select the sticker you want to send with the money, click Next.

  7. Click on Submit the payment, enter the UPI code and the money will be sent to the user.

  8. The notification goes to the user along with the sticker attached.

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Tasneem Akolawala is Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting expertise spans smartphones, wearables, apps, social media and the entire tech industry. She reports from Mumbai and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecommunications sector. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and hints, tips and press releases can be sent to tasneema@ndtv.com. More How to Schedule a Live Video on Instagram: Follow These Steps

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