WhatsApp Brings New Addition to WhatsApp Voice Notes 

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WhatsApp added a voice note function several years back in 2013. Since the time of its introduction, the feature has not gone through many changes. However, that is about to change, since WhatsApp has announced new additions for voice notes. 

WhatsApp posted a blog post, in which, the company talked about many features aimed to improve the voice messaging experience on the platform. The company is working on these features for months. The feature first made its way to users’ devices in beta version on mobile and desktop. Now, the company is finally pushing the stable version to all the users. 

The most interesting addition is the ability to play voice notes in the background. Earlier, if you wanted to listen to a voice note; you cannot leave a chat otherwise the playback will stop. However, it is possible to move to other chats or even close the app while hearing a voice note. 

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New additions to WhatsApp notes

Here are the new features in a nutshell:

  • Out of Chat Playback: As previously discussed, now you can close the chat, close the WhatsApp, or do something else; it will have no effect on playback. 
  • Pause/Resume Recording: WhatsApp has now added functionality that will allow you to pause and resume while recording voice messages. 
  • Waveform Visualization: It is nothing but a visual representation of your voice on the voice message, to help listeners follow the recording. 
  • Draft Preview: You can now listen to your voice messages before sending them.

There are some more features that are added to WhatsApp, including Remember Playback and Fast Playback or Forwarded Messages. As the name suggests, the first feature lets you pick up from where you are left off. Whereas, the second feature lets you adjust the speed of your voice messages.

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