WhatsApp is supposedly chipping away at another element which will empower clients to hear ceaseless voice messages in a visit without the need of tapping the play catch over and over. WhatsApp has been adding new highlights to its stage with the end goal to enhance the general client encounter. In the wake of propelling highlights, for example, WhatsApp stickers and video mode for talks, WhatsApp is purportedly wanting to rollout another Consecutive voice messages include which will give clients a chance to play at least two voice messages constantly without the need to tap on the play catch.
As indicated by a report by WABetainfo, the people at WhatsApp are thoroughly working with the end goal to add this component to the Facebook-claimed stage, while some more enhancements are relied upon to be discharged in the following updates. The Consecutive voice messages is yet not accessible for advancement reasons since it needs a few enhancements previously being taken off for everybody.
This new element was spotted by WABetainfo after WhatsApp presented another refresh through the Google Play Beta Program which accompanies the variant up to 2.18.362. Here is the means by which the new element works.
WhatsApp back to back voice messages: Here’s the means by which to play nonstop WhatsApp voice messages
- At the point when WhatsApp identifies at least two back to back voice messages, it will consequently empower the Consecutive voice messages highlight
- All the all successive voice messages will be played as a grouping after you play the first and it won’t be important to tap on the play catch on each message.
- At the point when a voice message will end, WhatsApp will play a short sound to make you mindful of this.
- It will likewise imply that the following voice message is prepared to be played.
- An alternate sound will be played when the grouping of voice messages end
There has been no reports on when WhatsApp will reveal the successive voice messages highlight, in any case, since it has just been seen in testing stage, we do anticipate that it will rollout in the following significant refresh for both Android and iOS clients.