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WhatsApp could release new feature that will allow users to review voice messages | Digit -

WhatsApp could release new feature that will allow users to review voice messages | Digit


A lot of WhatsApp users actually use the voice messages feature a lot. Whether it’s just a passing message or even when it comes to work, WhatsApp voice messages are a convenient way of communication. Well, according to a report on WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is now developing a new feature that will allow users to actually review their voice message before they send it. You can now listen to your message before sending it. It’s not a complete surprise, as WhatsApp already has a similar feature but you do have to jump through a bunch of hoops to access it. This meant switching over to a different section to just review that particular message. 

This new feature, however, will add a REVIEW button that you can click on to review your voice message. The feature is currently under development and will be released through an update to both Android and iOS devices. WhatsApp has also been testing out a feature where you can change the speed of your messages as well. There are three-speed options, namely 1x, 1.5x and 2x. WhatsApp has also been working on multiple device support where a user will be able to send and receive messages from any of their devices without their primary device being connected to the internet. It looks like the migration of chat between iOS and Android will help in ensuring uniformity and continuity of the chat with multiple device support. 


WhatsApp is also testing self-destructing photos. The feature is currently in development and is expected to launch for both iOS and Android. You can learn more about it here.  Users can also mute a video before sharing it on WhatsApp. You can learn how to mute a video before sharing it here.


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