Like Telegram, WhatsApp will also allow you to record and send video messages

0
21
whatsapp g611bc222a 1280.jpg
whatsapp g611bc222a 1280.jpg

WhatsApp, the popular messaging application belonging to Meta Platforms, is developing a function quite similar to the one that Telegram users know more than enough. This is the video messaging function, still under development and found by WABetaInfo in the recent beta versions of WhatsApp for Android and iOS.

This feature will allow the recording and sending of video messages instantly, with a maximum duration of sixty seconds, and is already available to a few lucky beta testers, although WABetaInfo indicates that the availability will be extended to many more users of beta versions to over the next few weeks.

A familiar feature for Telegram users

Those who can already test the function will find that the recipients will not have access to the shared video messages, requiring them to update their versions of WhatsApp to access the content of this type of message.

And if they already have access, they will find that these messages are protected from end to end and there will be no ability to forward them to other conversations, unless using screen recording features or applications.

To test that the function is already available, it will be necessary to press the microphone button in the chat bar in any conversation and for this button to change its microphone icon to a video camera.

To listen to the audio of the video message, whether sent or received, it will be necessary to press the video. On the other hand, WhatsApp is also working on a feature that allows you to quickly call someone back after a missed call, and it is also present for a few users of the beta versions, although some users saw this new feature in beta versions. previous.

A fast pace of updates

These are the latest additions to date, where recently we have also found the possibility of screen sharing in video calls and sending photos in HD.

There is no doubt that something is changing in WhatsApp based on the rate of news that has been arriving in recent months, although it is still far from the avalanche of news that Telegram has accustomed us to, although it seems that lately they are. taking it easy, perhaps waiting for a special date as we are used to.

Luckily, the pace of WhatsApp news is more bearable for the average user, taking into account that the platform has more than 2,000 million users around the world, from people with hardly any technical skills to those who have an easier time adapting to the news.

Previous articleRed June: 99 will give a discount of up to 50% on trips for blood donors
Next articleThe future of AI voice replacement : NPR
Brian Adam
Professional Blogger, V logger, traveler and explorer of new horizons.