Much is said daily about WhatsApp and of the new functions that the platform will be able to add to your application, that is why we bring you a list of the new features that are being tested and that could soon reach all devices.
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It should be remembered that there is no exact knowledge of the date on which they would arrive, but it is believed that they would not take long, because they are in testing time for beta users.
This is possibly one of the most requested new features for the app. Despite the fact that messages within chats can already be deleted, users they ask the platform that certain modifications can be made to the messages sent.
According to the updates for the Beta version, it will be possible to see when a chat is tapped and it will have a label of ‘edited‘.
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Secret or protected chats
This feature offers users to protect or limit access to some specific chats and you can lock them with privacy items like ‘fingerprint’ or keys and passwords so that these messages have an even higher level of security. Taking into account that the entrance to the application can also be blocked with the same tools.
Photos with high quality
WABetaInfo, a medium that is dedicated to analyzing any project that the social network launches, indicated that the company is developing an update to adjust this problem.
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The version, which corresponds to the WhatsApp beta update, will show a specific icon to adjust this quality.
When the user goes there, a menu will open that will allow them to select the quality when sending the photo, including sending the original image at full resolution.
transcribe voice notes
This option promotes that it will now be possible to transcribe voice notes in WhatsApp in the future.
“Transcriptions are produced locally on the device by downloading relevant language packs and are never shared with WhatsApp or Apple, so you remain the only one who can listen to them,” according to WABetaInfo.
This action is being tested in version whatsapp beta for iOS 188.8.131.52but it is expected to officially reach all devices in a matter of weeks.
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We’ll finally be able to transcribe voice notes on WhatsApp in the future ????????
Transcriptions are made locally on the device by downloading relevant language packs and are never shared with WhatsApp or Apple so you’re still the only one that can listen to them ???? https://t.co/lOVuCPPQyA pic.twitter.com/mboVCF9uyz
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) February 8, 2023
The platform bets on a new function called “Expiring groups”, which has the objective that the administrators who create the groups can establish a specific date for them to expire.
This is a feature that, in addition to avoiding unnecessary device and app storage, can help users to drive in one better way the memory of cell phones.
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???? WhatsApp beta for iOS 184.108.40.206: what’s new?
WhatsApp is working on expiring groups as an additional tool to save space, for a future update of the app! https://t.co/LG37bdLyIN
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) March 7, 2023
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