WhatsApp will soon expand its voice messaging capability, potentially allowing users to interrupt voice messages while they are being recorded – though we don’t know when that will happen. Prior to this year, WhatsApp trained in on one of the application’s greatest disturbances by including multi-support across gadgets iOS and Android. It’s presently moving its sights to handle the application’s inherent voice informing.
At present, WhatsApp doesn’t allow clients to delay and record voice messages without beginning once more every time they need a break. Recording a voice message in a solitary endeavor is the main choice at present accessible to WhatsApp’s clients: there isn’t a way of stopping and afterward continuing your message, which I can ensure gets pretty irritating in case you’re recording is hindered or you get diverted.
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The messaging app is working on a pause feature, which will allow you to halt and resume recording without having to recreate the audio message every time. This was first observed by WABetainfo. Though it appears to be inactive development and not yet ready for beta testing, the reputable blog was able to get a sneak peek at it, and it appears to be a game-changer.
The demo video, shared by the site, shows how the component could work practically speaking should it get delivered. In the video, you can squeeze play/delay and start/stop a voice message as you record it. These are on the whole clever components that have in any case been missing from WhatsApp’s Voice Messages, prompting a baffling tussle among you and the application, where you attempt and nail yet for the most part neglect to record your voice note in one go.