With 2 billion users, WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging application in the world, with different platforms on which the app can be used, including Windows.
Microsoft’s computer operating system is also the most widely used in computers and notebooks, so it makes a very interesting pairing with the Meta program.
Mark Zuckerberg’s company keeps updating the different versions of WhatsApp, testing them in beta phases. Now, in the latest Windows, has implemented one of the most popular features of voice memosas explained on the website of ComputerHoy in a report.
In Windows, you can also pause voice memos
The possibility of pause a voice note that we are recording to send it It already exists on Android and iOS. Now, in the WhatsApp for Windows 2.2223.11.70 beta, the same version that brings reactions to messages with emojis as in Instagram chats, it will also be possible.
The ability to pause and resume voice memos in the PC OS app will be important for those using this version who need to send audio in workgroups, to friends or family, but they should stop for a moment and then continue recording.
The specialized WhatsApp website, WABetaInfo, shared a screenshot explaining the update. Now when a user is recording a voice memo from the Windows version, a new pause button appears.
In the previous update, there was a button that allowed the user to stop recording. In this case, users could listen to the voice memo before it was sent, but they couldn’t continue recording the voice memo. Finally, the latest update brings this feature.
Recently, for the mobile version, WhatsApp started the development of the “Mute others” function for calls, which allows you to mute one or more participants in a group call.