NEW update from WhatsApp is comimg out as WhatsApp rolling out the ability to mute videos before sharing.
This feature was spot in beta earlier last month, and now it’s rolling out for stable users on Android.
Android users can now mute the audio on videos before adding them to their Status or sending them in chats.
There is no clarity on when iOS users will get the new feature.
WhatsApp says that the rollout is underway for the stable channel, and that the feature is now officially out of beta.
Ensure that you are on the latest version to increase your chances of being able to see the feature.
To check whether you’ve received the feature or not, try sending a video to an individual chat or a group or try uploading a video to your Status.
Once you select the video for sharing, the edit page shows up where you can trim the video, add captions and text, and many more.
A new speaker button can now be seen right below the video frames place on the top portion of the app.
The video’s audio will be ON by default.
Users can choose to click on the speaker button and mute the video before sharing.
WhatsApp could be rolling out the feature gradually and all users should be able to see it by the end of the week.
WhatsApp is also working on bringing multi-device support that would allow users to enable WhatsApp access simultaneously on multiple devices.
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