Monday, September 27

Soon you will be able to listen to your voice notes before sending them | Digital Trends Spanish

Let the first stone be cast by anyone who has never heard an audio note after sending it to see what it was saying sounded like. Well, now WhatsApp wants to save you the annoyance of discovering too late that you have said something inappropriate or that your notes are sometimes not heard well.

According to the specialized site, WABetaInfo, the instant messaging application has already introduced in its beta for both iOS and Android a new option with which users can listen to voice notes before sending them. As WABetaInfo explains, WhatsApp will now show us while we record some sound waves. Once you finish recording and before pressing the send button, you will only have to click on the note to listen to it.

There is still no clear date for the arrival of this new feature, but since it is already available to beta users in its version, it may not be too long until it reaches the stable version and we can enjoy it. everybody.

In the last few weeks we have heard a lot and very interesting rumors about new WhatsApp functions. For example, the app is expected to add new reactions to chat messages in the near future. These reactions would be similar to those found in other applications such as Messenger, Instagram or Twitter and will greatly facilitate interaction between users, because with a simple gesture they can show agreement or disagreement with a message without having to write anything. At the moment, it is also not known when this interesting function will be released, since it is not even in beta.

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