Meta, the owner of the WhatsApp application, is constantly developing it, as this platform has become the most popular messaging platform in the world comprehensively, and these developments include some features that attract many users, and the application has released some news about a new feature at the present time, which is the ability to raise Voice Notes inside it. According to what was mentioned in the technical website “Jizz Mo China”, where the site confirmed the ability for users to post photos, videos, text messages and GIF files, in addition to the expected new feature, which is the integration of “Voice Notes” in the case that you upload.
WABetaInfo data indicated that once the new feature is available, the application will record an audio message, which is very similar to the current Voice Notes recording in the chat application, and this may include downloading pre-existing audio files, which may have been sent as messages in normal chats with friends.
She explained that these VoiceNotes are supposed to share status updates with the user’s contacts, using the same privacy settings as videos and photos, and they will be end-to-end encryption.
It is worth noting that this feature is still under development, and it is not usable among the user base, but when this feature is launched, it is likely to start with users of the trial version of the application, before it is finally launched, as the application does What’s Up There are a lot of upgrades within this app, as some basic changes have been made to its group voice calls, and these changes are notifications when someone joins the ongoing conversation, so participants know that there is a new partner with them.
In WhatsApp, you can also send larger files, as it was available in the application to send files of 100 MB, but it has now been enhanced to reach 2 GB, and this means that this application is constantly developing, and has introduced many new features that attract many users around the world, and it is also working to make it the most popular messaging app.
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