iOS and recent Android versions have accessibility frameworks that can be used to control the device
Adding the ability to control the device through a remote connection while useful for a handful of legitimate purposes would also make Telegram a security risk and a prime target for scammers on mobile devices and tarnish the name of the app when stories inevitably come out talking about people getting scammed through Telegram. Imo, the majority of the public wouldnt use it and it has too much risk associated with it. I think it should be more similar to Discord's screensharing feature where it can broadcast video and eventually audio.
Yelloww 🇬🇧 [PM 😀❤️] [he/him]
Sharing a screen and allowing remote control are very different features. (They can work together but can also be seen as a separate enhancement). I think the use cases for remote control are o different - and raise such security and misuse issues - that yes its worth noting but no, make a separate suggestion.
I would like to have this feature available. I often use voice chat to work in a remote team and it has happened to me several times that I need to share the screen or view someone else's screen. Hope it will be implemented soon!