WhatsApp is found to be improves the surviving voice messages task on its policy with a global voice message player that would allow you to listen to voice messages when you look at your current chats. The update is reportedly in progress for beta testers at the present level. Individually, WhatsApp is announced to have started rolling out an updated vanish messages quality that allows users to choose between 24 hours, seven days and 90 days ephemeral times. The platform is currently holding out beta testers on IOS.
According to a report by WAbetainfo, WhatsApp is testing the updated global voice messages player to let users listen to voice messages they received in a chat even when you leave that chat. This means that your voice messages will remain on the home screen of the app, attach to the top to let you listen to a long voice message while staring at your current chats.
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The global voice message service provider is said to be always visible even when you move from the chat screen and look at any other component of the app. It could help if you want to stop a voice message or let go one. Previously, WhatsApp has been better voice messages support for its platform by conduct playback speed toggles and following voice messages. It is also reportedly testing quality including transcription and a look for option to push on experience with voice messages.
WhatsApp is also said to have a non- payment messages timer option at hand under the privacy settings of the app. It takes shape to allow users to select a certain ephemeral time that would be significant to all new messages.Details about the general availability of the updated disappear messages quality are yet to be reported.