WhatsApp is currently taking care of new functions of Pause voice messages! Enthusiastic users of simple voice messages can look forward to a very useful addition.
- Pausing voice message recordings planned
- The function was discovered for iOS, but should also be in work for Android
Once again, WhatsApp has new features pending and once again it concerns the voice messages. Messenger has recently focused on this and now the Facebook subsidiary is planning to add another very useful element: a pause function!
WhatsApp will let us pause voice recordings in the future
As the resourceful colleagues from WABetaInfo discovered, an update is on the way with which you can pause the recording of your voice messages. With the help of a pause button, you can interrupt the recording and continue it at any time using the record button.
WhatsApp should run open doors for voice message fans because up to now you always had to record the recordings in one go or, in the worst case, stop if you get stuck in one place. That doesn’t help you if WhatsApp fails for several hours, as it did recently. But in normal operation, it is a useful feature that has long been available at Threema, for example.
We cannot yet say with any certainty when we will be able to enjoy the new function. But the function was discovered on iOS and is already being worked on for the Android beta. So prepare yourself to be able to act more comfortably in the future, especially with long voice messages.
Recently WhatsApp had dealt with the optimization of voice messages several times. A few weeks ago we reported on the planned option of converting voice messages into text. A few days ago, WABetaInfo also reported that WhatsApp finally wants to enable us to listen to voice messages and use other WhatsApp chats at the same time.
We’ll let you know as soon as new functions like this pause button are available to everyone. Until then, you can tell me in the comments how you think about the planned WhatsApp innovations, which focus on voice messages. As far as I’m concerned, you can also tell me – king of the endlessly long voice messages – how much the voice messages get on your nerves.