- WhatsApp will soon make it easier for users to pause and resume audio while recording.
- The Company rolls out this feature to selected beta testers
- WhatsApp is also testing a feature that will allow users to create links to join calls on the messaging app.
WhatsApp is rolling out the feature to pause and resume audio while recording voice notes. This comes as an extension to the recently introduced voice message preview feature that allows users to review their voice message recordings before sending them to contacts. WhatsApp also brings support for Focus mode which is a part of iOS 15. The new features are currently available to select iPhone users and are said to be out soon for Android users.
‘WhatsApp has also rolled out the feature to listen to voice notes before sending them. Today, WhatsApp is rolling out an improvement of the feature, letting you pause and resuming voice recordings,” WAbeta info said in a report.
According to the report, there is a new pause button (in the previous version, there was a stop icon) that allows you to pause the voice note. In this situation, you can listen to the voice note before sending it, you can delete the voice note or you can resume the recording. This feature is already available on WhatsApp for iOS and the availability on WhatsApp beta for Android will announce soon.
You can try out the new WhatsApp voice message experience by swiping up to lock your voice recording and then tapping the pause and resume buttons. You can access this feature, after installing the new WhatsApp Business beta for the Android 18.104.22.168 update. If you don’t see the new pause and resume feature while recording voice notes, it means your WhatsApp account is not ready.
On a related note, It is also testing a feature that will allow users to create links to join calls on the messaging app. This will make it easier for people to join calls by using call links. The call host will be able to create links within their contact list and share them with anyone. The link can be shared with people who are not added to your contact list.
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