Discover the specialized website WABetaInfo, a novelty coming soon The WhatsApp It must be released to its users. After launching the new voicemail players in a beta update for the iOS web version, the messenger is enabling the same feature for beta testers on Android.
As a new tool, the user will be able to play the audio even when it is on a different screen. In other words, to hear the voice message, simply press the trigger button and go to other sessions in the app, including other conversation windows.
Until then, if the user leaves a conversation while the audio is playing, the message will stop automatically. This procedure ensures that the citizen has more control over reproduction.
How to check access to the new feature
To check if the news has reached you, simply open a voice message in your app’s chat and then leave the page. If a new player bar appears, the feature is enabled.
It is worth noting that the function is not limited to audio notes, but can also be applied to the input and output of audio files that have received some changes recently.
New anti-fake news function tested
a The WhatsApp tries New feature Designed to combat the spread fake news and group sharing messages like “Good morning”.
Recently, the app began to automatically recognize forwarded messages more than four times, although it was unable to determine their content due to end-to-end encryption.
Functionality is tested in beta version of The WhatsApp. The goal is to combat misinformation, preventing the same message from being forwarded to several groups at once.
The user can currently share the same message in up to five groups. However, the intention is to reduce this limit to one, such that the user has to manually copy the message to perform the redirect.
According to the information, the limit that the feature will impose should reach messaging users soon. However, the app should display the following message: “Forwarded messages can only be sent to a group chat.”
In short, having a person completely repeat the sending of messages manually is expected to discourage the behavior of spreading fake news or inappropriate content.
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