WhatsApp is currently working on a new voice messaging feature. Sending and listening should be very sweet.
Over the past few weeks WhatsApp has always had new features Ambassador Launched. Voice messages in particular were at the forefront. So initially there was a communication tool New visual representationAbove all it should facilitate navigation in a message. Finding the status you are looking for in a message should be even easier New transcription feature What WhatsApp currently works. This gives users access to voice messages even when they are outside and do not have headphones with them. Now the company operates on a feature that does not benefit the recipient, but the sender. WhatsApp should stop recording a voice message and resume it after a while.
Restart WhatsApp voice messages after a short pause
In a YouTube video, The WABetaInfo Screen recording of the new voice memo function. Instead of sending multiple voice messages one after the other in the event of an interruption, they can be paused by clicking the stop sign and then restarted.
As seen in the video, users can pause their recording after introducing this feature. If you click the Register button again, the registration continues. For example, this feature can be used if background noises disturb the recording or if the thread needs to be rediscovered for a while. This should definitely make many voice messages a little more structured and substantial.
The ceremony has not yet been officially launched. As with all features, the suspension of voice messages is first released in beta and then available to all users. It is not yet clear when this will happen.
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