WhatsApp update: Now users can post voice notes on status, here's how
WhatsApp leaves no stone unturned to keep users hooked to its platform. The instant messaging app works round-the-clock to add new features to make it easier and compelling for the users.
Recently, the Meta-owned platform has added a new feature that will allow users to record and post voice notes on the Status. Not only this, users can also forward their own voice notes from chats to a Status. According to the feature tracker, the Voice Status feature is being rolled out with the new WhatsApp version 23.5.77 for iOS.
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Here’s how to share voice notes on WhatsApp status.
- Firstly, the users have to go to the App Store and update the WhatsApp app, if not done yet.
- Then, open WhatsApp on your phone.
- Go to the Status tab located at the bottom left screen on iPhone.
- Click on the pencil icon located at the bottom right corner of the screen.
- A microphone icon will show up, tap on it to start recording a voice message.
- Hold down the microphone icon and start recording your message. You can record for up to 30 seconds.
- Release the microphone icon when you are done recording your message.
- After listening and reviewing your recording, tap on the send icon to share your recording as a status update.
WhatsApp is also rolling out a feature for iPhone users that will allow users to multitask during a WhatsApp video call without the video being paused. However, this feature is already available to Android users.
If you own Android and have still not enabled the PiP (Picture-in-Picture) mode, then here’s how to do it.
- Go to the phone’s settings.
- Click on General and Picture in Picture and flip the Start PiP Automatically toggle to green.
- Once enabled, your iPhone will support the PiP mode in WhatsApp.
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