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WhatsApp’s new feature can make audio and video calling easy for you

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WhatsApp is introducing a beta version of its latest update for Android users, which will make audio and video calling easy for users.

The feature was earlier announced by Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta — Facebook and WhatsApp’s parent company, on the online social media and social networking service. However, it was disabled due to unknown reasons for Android and iOS users.

The feature allows users to create a call link and is now finally available to be installed with the latest version of the social messaging application.

To find out if you have the feature enabled for your account, go to the calls tab to see the option to “create call link”. If you see the option, it means you can start creating a shareable link for calls.

You get to choose if you want to make an audio or video call. These calls can also be converted to group call if joined by over two people. Additionally, the calls are end-to-end encrypted and no one else can neither join them or listen to the call’s contents.

Users can share links with only those whom they want to include in the call and people you trust. The call-maker’s number will be visible to everyone who is on the call.

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WhatsApp to let users share photos in ‘original quality’

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Meta-owned WhatsApp is once again working on a new update for its users, making their experience smooth and better while chatting with their family and friends. 

The instant messaging app is releasing a new update through which users can send photos in their original quality, WaBetaInfo reported Friday. 

The new update is being introduced through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 2.23.2.11. This feature has not yet been introduced as it is still under development. 

It is also not yet ready to be released to beta testers. 

The screenshot above shows that the messaging app “plans to integrate a new setting icon within the drawing tool header which will enable users to configure the quality of any photo”.

The users will be allowed to select an option to send the photos in their original quality in the future. Through this feature, users will have more control over the quality of the pictures they are sending, especially when they need to send pictures in their original quality. 

The feature will be released in the future update of the app.

Voice notes 

Earlier this week, the app tracking website said that WhatsApp is releasing the ability to share voice notes through status updates. 

The new update is being introduced through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 2.23.2.8. However, this feature is only available to some beta testers for now and users will have to wait for a future update to get their hands on the feature.

The feature would let users “share a voice note as a status update with a certain audience configured within your privacy settings.”

Users can share voice notes as status updates by “accessing the feature within the text status section, in case it is enabled for them”.

The users can also discard a recording before they share it, hence, gaining more control over their voice recordings. As per the app-tracking website, the maximum recording time for the voice note is 30 seconds.

Moreover, those who want to listen to the voice recordings on status updates need to update their WhatsApp.

Ensuring the privacy of its users, WhatsApp has made the status updates end-to-end encrypted. This will allow users to share the voice notes with the people they choose within their privacy settings.

“Similar to images and videos, voice notes shared via status disappear after 24 hours but users also have the ability to delete voice notes for everyone after they have been posted as status updates: users are always in control over what they share,” said WaBetaInfo.

The feature will be rolled out to more users in the coming weeks. 

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Here’s a ‘new way’ to send voice notes on WhatsApp

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Meta-owned WhatsApp is once again rolling out a new update for its users, allowing them to have a smooth and better experience while connecting with their loved ones. 

The instant messaging app is releasing the ability to share voice notes through status updates, WaBetaInfo reported Wednesday.

The new update is being introduced through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 2.23.2.8. However, this feature is only available to some beta testers for now and users will have to wait for a future update to get their hands on the feature. 

The feature would let users “share a voice note as a status update with a certain audience configured within your privacy settings.”

Heres a new way to send voice notes on WhatsApp

As it is shown in the screenshot above, users can share voice notes as status updates by “accessing the feature within the text status section, in case it is enabled for them”. 

The users can also discard a recording before they share it, hence, gaining more control over their voice recordings. As per the app-tracking website, the maximum recording time for the voice note is 30 seconds. 

Moreover, those who want to listen to the voice recordings on status updates need to update their WhatsApp. 

Ensuring the privacy of its users, WhatsApp has made the status updates end-to-end encrypted. This will allow users to share the voice notes with the people they choose within their privacy settings. 

“Similar to images and videos, voice notes shared via status disappear after 24 hours but users also have the ability to delete voice notes for everyone after they have been posted as status updates: users are always in control over what they share,” said WaBetaInfo

The feature will be rolled out to more users in the coming weeks. 

Blocking feature

Last week, the tracking app announced that WhatsApp is working on a block shortcut update right within the notification bar.

The new feature will allow users to block someone when they get a notification of their message on their phones.

“WhatsApp plans to introduce a block shortcut within notifications but not always: the block shortcut is visible only when you receive a message from unknown and untrusted contacts,” said the app tracking website.

The feature is limited to untrusted contacts as users may tap on the block option by mistake when replying to someone through notifications, accidentally blocking their trusted contacts.

The new feature will be available to users in the future update of the app. 

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Amazing WhatsApp tricks for daily use

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Meta-owned WhatsApp has been introducing newer features and making the application’s usage easy for its users.

Despite billions of people using the messaging app, several users are still unaware that WhatsApp has a few tricks up its sleeves that come in handy while texting.

Here are some amazing tricks:

To italicise text: 

Users can use underscore ( _ ) at the start and at the end of the text to italicise their text. 

Trick 1. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig
Trick 1. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig

Bold fonts: 

The users can add an asterisk (*) on both sides of the text in order to bold the text that they want to highlight. 

Trick 2. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig
Trick 2. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig

Monospace font: 

For the monospace texts, users can add three (“`) backticks at the beginning and at the end of the text.

Trick 3. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig
Trick 3. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig

Strikethrough font: 

To make the text strikethrough, add a tilde (~) on both sides.

Trick 4. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig
Trick 4. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig

Combined font: 

The users can make the same text bold, or italic and change its font strikethrough. For that, they can use asterisk, tilde, and underscore at the beginning and end of the text.

Trick 5. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig
Trick 5. — Instagram/genuine.knowledge.ig

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