Sending voice messages on WhatsApp has always been a pleasant and convenient way to communicate, particularly if you have a lot to tell! The famous messaging app is experimenting with a new feature that allows users to preview their voice message before submitting it on both Android and iOS.
Reviewing Voice Messages on WhatsApp is a useful function.
You will record a voice message and submit it to a contact at this stage. Once the voice message has been received, you can just view and listen to it. This will improve for the forthcoming method. According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is planning to introduce a new check button for voice messages.
The paper further explains how the new feature operates. To record a voice message, users must first open the chat window to whom they wish to deliver the message and then hold the microphone button. Instead of submitting it immediately, there is now a new Review button that will play the stored message.
You may delete this WhatsApp voice message and make a new one if you don’t like what you’ve recorded. The latest WhatsApp voice message functionality is currently in public beta testing and will be available in a future update for both Android and iPhone smartphones, according to the article.
New Features for WhatsApp Voice Messages are Coming Soon
WhatsApp also concentrated its efforts on improving voice messaging and other functions. Previous sources have stated that users will adjust the voice message’s replay pace. WhatsApp is reportedly asking users to select from 1x, 1.5x, and 2x voice message rates.
This functionality is currently available on WhatsApp for Android beta 188.8.131.52, where users can adjust the playback speed by tapping the playback speed icon next to the messages tab. There is no mention of iOS availability at this time.
Apart from voice message updates, WhatsApp, which is operated by Facebook, is focusing on a host of other improvements. Chat conversion from iOS to Android, 24-hour message disappearance, and more are among the items on the list. These features may be included in the next update, which will be announced by in-app notification.