We reported on the fact that WhatsApp will introduce a feature to voice recordings that will allow you to stop recording and restart, a little more than a month ago.
However, at the moment the feature does not appear anywhere. Now, WABetaInfo launches our new feature to select beta tests on iOS with the latest beta version of WhatsApp.
WhatsApp begins beta testing of receiving voice recording recordings
The feature is available with WhatsApp for the iOS version 188.8.131.52, but some beta tests on version 184.108.40.206 have also been reported to have been found. The feature is rumored as a possible feature that the company could work on a month ago, but for now, it is turning to beta testers.
Keep in mind that at the moment, not all members of the WhatsApp beta program are getting to test a new feature, and it is up to specific beta testers. If you have already seen sound waves while recording your sound on the application, most likely you also have a feature of delay recordings. To test whether you have, try sending an item message and find the stop sign.
WABetaInfo also states that you will be able to start the recording if it is paused, however, it is not yet known how long you will be able to restart the pause recording. Unfortunately, if you do not have an existing version, it means that you have not selected your beta account for testing the feature yet, so you need to wait for future updates.
Sometime in the future, this feature should arrive for all iOS and Android users well.
Other new WhatsApp features and updates
WhatsApp is revamping its features and working to further improve the worlds of the popular messaging application. This is what the new versions are, both in terms of beta versions or official versions.
One of the most useful and important features that WhatsApp users will get is more control over their Seal status on the app, and more importantly – the possibility of choosing who can see and who cannot. This is a welcome addition for more focused users who enjoy having their own space online.
Currently, the only option for WhatsApp users is to delete the “Last” status at all or make it public. However, the option that allows you to select specific individuals you want to point to is missing.
This new feature lets you “block” someone, or avoid interaction with a person you want to avoid by offline exposure to them – without necessarily having their bad side by going all out to block and delete them. You will also be able to choose what contacts can view your profile photo and About section with future WhatsApp updates.
Another recent beta update for WhatsApp took the redesigned contact interface. The new interface is available to some beta reviewers for WhatsApp and features improved Contact Information and Group Information pages with a more visually pleasing design.
And last but not least, one of the recent improvements that WhatsApp is working on is the possibility for an instant messaging application to support Novi digital wallet, with support shown in code for WhatsApp and not yet released in public.
Novi is one of the new digital wallets out there, announced at the end of last year and just launched this October by its own parent company WhatsApp, Meta (Facebook’s new name, for you do not know). Novi currently works with USDP Stablecoin (Pax Dollars, which supports one-to-one to USD) internationally. It is currently only available in the United States and Guatemala (where it is on the waiting list).