WhatsApp works to enter deep links or special URL links that will open the application in a specific situation. For example, these deep links will help to easily activate sticker packages for users. Wa.me URLs are reported to be working on the latest versions of iOS and Android, but it is still unclear how they can be generated by users. These deep links or special URLs act as a quick shortcut to allow users to view and import sticker packs.
WABetaInfo reports that these deep connections work at the latest WhatsApp beta and stable updates for iOS and Android. These links will allow you to import and download sticker packs without having to visit the WhatsApp sticker store. For example, if you want to download the recently introduced COVID-19 vaccination-oriented sticker package called Vaccines for All, you can simply visit the deep link wa.me/stickerpack/VaccinesForAll from your Android or iOS device and you will see that the browser will open WhatsApp, showing directly this package of stickers. As mentioned, it is not clear how these links are generated. It is possible that only developers can create this link, but they can be shared later by anyone. WABetaInfo says that these deep links can also be copied in your WhatsApp messages.
Deep links will be especially useful when downloading regional sticker packs. These packages are available in certain countries and only for special events. They are not available for all countries, but using deep links, you can download and import them from anywhere in the sticker library. WABetaInfo shared many deep links for many regional packages such as Malvibrosio and Deledina and Pictomigos available in Mexico, Cece Cenderawasih,, My spirit,, The Spirit of reinforcement rests,, Simbok and market snacks available in Indonesia and even Cricket match package stickers. All deep links shared by WABetaInfo can be seen here.
The model of these links suggests that it works in this format: https://wa.me/stickerpack/[nameofstickerpack]. WhatsApp new vaccines for all stickers carries 23 different stickers designed by the WHO. These stickers aim to allow people to “express the joy, relief and hope that they feel about the opportunities offered by COVID-19 vaccines.”
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