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WhatsApp Greetings for Easter: Funny pictures to send

WhatsApp Greetings for Easter: Funny pictures to send

If you want to send a nice or funny greeting during the holidays, it is a good idea to do it via WhatsApp or email. With these Easter picture cards, the message becomes an eye-catcher.

Easter This year, it will be different than usual for most people. In 2021 Easter greetings will have to be delivered digitally again. Instead of the usual blank phrases, you can pick up a fun photo theme: these image cards – a little less intense depending on your taste – are perfect for a little greeting via WhatsApp or email.

Simply save your favorite image (right-click and then “Save Image As”) and save it to your computer. At the end of the article, we will explain how to store images directly on your mobile phone and then send them via WhatsApp. Enjoy!

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If you want to send pictures from your mobile phone via WhatsApp, you can email yourself your favorite theme. You can open pictures on your smartphone and then send them via WhatsApp. Alternatively, the focus can be saved as a screenshot – Here we explain how to do it.

In some cases, you can even share pictures directly from your smartphone. Whether this is possible depends on what device you are using and how you called the article:

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IPhone

If you call this article from t-online.de with the iPhone app, you can capture the desired image with your finger. If a menu appears, tap “Share” and select a service like WhatsApp. So you can send the photo via WhatsApp. Here you can download the iPhone app from t-online.de.

Android

With an Android device (for example a Samsung mobile phone) you can call the t-online.de website with the browser of your choice. Now long press a photo with one finger. Click “Share Image” in the menu and select a service from the list. So you can send the photo via WhatsApp or another messenger.