Whatsapp’s upcoming update will enable a button that allows you to review voice memos before sending them. This work developed by the Facebook-owned platform allows a better understanding of users.
WhatsApp is not slowing down its work in offering new features to users to improve their experience in the application.
That is why intending to facilitate the communication processes of people, the application develops a button that will allow listening to voice notes before sending them to a third party.
According to the site specialized in leaking information about WhatsApp, WABetainfo, the application advances this feature for devices with the iOS operating system.
Is it already available?
No, at the moment the feature is under development, so it is not available even for tester users. That is, for those who have access to the beta versions of the application.
When it is available, the person will be able to tap the Review button, listen to the voice message and then decide whether to discard it or send it.
According to the news site, “this new feature (currently in development) will add a new Review button that you can easily tap to listen to the voice message.”
With this new update, the WhatsApp user complements its new feature to speed up the speed of your voice memos.
How to listen to a voice note before sending it on WhatsApp?
Although this function would further facilitate the clarity of communication between users, the reality is that there are already mechanisms available that allow such functions.
To listen to a voice note before sending it you must:
- Open WhatsApp
- Select the chat you want to send the voice
- Press the microphone and swipe upwards so you can record the voice more easily.
- After finishing the recording you must exit the chat where you are.
- Then you must return to that chat and you will notice that the recording is loaded in the bottom bar of the chat.
- There you can listen to it and check if you are saying things correctly.
As you can see the process is a bit cumbersome, that’s why WhatsApp developers seek to facilitate this activity with the new button.
At the moment, there is no release date for this feature, but it is likely to be launched for iOS users first and then adapted to devices running the Android operating system.