WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging app, is about to undergo a few minor changes that will change the way you use the messenger.
According to social media reports, the company has added several features to the new beta version. One of these features was first introduced for Facebook news feed posts, which was later made part of Messenger Chats.
That is the reaction that Facebook made part of Instagram messages after Messenger and now it is being introduced in WhatsApp.
WhatsApp already has emoji, sticker and GIF support that allows users to express their emotions and is now working on message reactions.
Facebook Messenger users are well aware of this feature and users will be able to respond to emoji on any message in the WhatsApp.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
On the other hand, the voice messaging feature is also being updated by WhatsApp.
Users will now be able to listen before sending voice messages, while the WhatsApp will record the message and display the viewform.
This feature is also present in the beta version which will be tested for some time after which it will be introduced to the general users.
A new stop button is also being added with real-time view forms so that users can pause the recording, listen to it, correct it and then decide to send it.
This stop button will be accompanied by a delete button so that the user can pause the recording and re-record the message by deleting it after listening to it.
As noted above, all of these features are part of the new beta version of the WhatsApp and will be introduced to users in the coming weeks or months with possible changes after the trial.