It looks like Android phones — seemingly always a beat behind iOS in the eyes of app developers — are catching up on another beloved feature.

You can screen share on iOS phones during FaceTime calls — and, of course, other video call platforms like Zoom and search Microsoft Teams. Soon, you might be able to screen share on WhatsApp on Android devices, too. The feature is useful for playing Wordle with your partner, looking at a trip itinerary, showing your friend the Instagram profile of someone they’ve blocked, and other more fruitful endeavors, I’m sure.

WABetaInfo reports(opens in a new tab) that WhatsApp beta for the Android update will allow some beta testers to try out the screen sharing feature. It will allegedly roll out to more users in the coming days. That said, Engadget(opens in a new tab) pointed out that older Android models might not be able to support the update and you likely won’t be able to use the feature on calls with too many people or if the person you’re chatting with doesn’t have an updated WhatsApp.