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WhatsApp successive voice message and group call shortcut in beta

WhatsApp has been most popular with its latest feature that updates in this year. The famous messaging app has been now testing its new feature called Voice Messages and Group Call Shortcut.

Wherever formally its allow to play multiple voice message one after another, and the other one provides group calls.

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Both features are first rolled out on WABetaInfo, actually a website devoted to the newest WhatsApp features in beta testing mode.

Successive Voice Messages:

The new voice messages feature allows automatic sequencing and all of you will have to do this tap on the play button and WhatsApp will play voice messages for you.

Surprisingly, this amazing feature was stained on WhatsApp beta for the iOS version of 2.18.100 and only present Android Beta version of 2.18.362 on Android devices, which is enabled it remotely.

Group Call Feature:

While group video and audio calling feature was already introduced by WhatsApp, the group calls have been doing to calling a user first and then tapping on the group calling button that appears on the call screen in the top right corner.

As a recent report, WhatsApp will soon change this behavior like change standalone button to group calling button, but only in the case of group conversation.

Plainly tap on the button and select the friends you desire to call and after that select if you will be voice or video call. This group calling feature able only in iOS beta version of the app (v2.18.369).

Beside of that WhatsApp has been testing a bunch of new features like picture-in-picture mode, WhatsApp stickers, dark mode, and private reply. You can now try it via WhatsApp Beta which allows previously access to the latest features in testing.

Now, if you want to become a beta tester, just click the link and instantly become a WhatsApp beta tester. Moreover, now WhatsApp beta have bugs and crashes, so make sure aware of what you’re getting into.

 


Video Courtesy: The Verge

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