Up to date: November 19, 2020 10:19:20 am
Final week, WhatsApp rolled out three new options and now, the Facebook-owned firm is planning so as to add two extra. The messaging service is engaged on a brand new characteristic known as mute movies. Because the title suggests, the messaging app will allow you to mute movies earlier than sending them to any contact or including it to standing updates. Wabetainfo has shared a screenshot of the characteristic, which reveals that the mute possibility will probably be seen when you choose a video.
For those who faucet on the mute video possibility, then the receiver will get the video with out audio. This could possibly be helpful as generally you report a video and doesn’t need the receiver to hearken to pointless background sound. To chop background noise or voices, you typically must depend on an enhancing app, which takes further efforts. In case your smartphone gallery has the choice to take away the audio, then that’s nice.
The mute video characteristic would possibly seem to be a tiny addition, however lots of people will respect WhatsApp for providing it. The cited supply says that this feature will first be rolled out to Android customers. WhatsApp is predicted to launch this characteristic very quickly by way of an replace.
The second characteristic that the messaging service is engaged on is known as “Learn Later.” The cited supply says that any archived chat will at all times stay in your archive even when they aren’t muted. WhatsApp will introduce this characteristic for iOS to scale back interruptions. Customers may also get an “Edit” button within the “Learn Later” part.
You’ll get an possibility to pick out extra chats without delay to rapidly unarchive them. The opposite possibility will embody “Edit Archive Settings, to vary how archived chats work.” iOS customers may also be given an choice to disable the Trip mode included in “Learn Later.”
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