The maximum length of a voice note will be 30 seconds, and users will need to update their WhatsApp version to hear it.
The ability to record and share audio notes via status is now available on WhatsApp. According to WABetaInfo, a website that analyses WhatsApp-related news and upgrades, the Meta-owned platform was first to announce last year that it was creating this capability.
Voice Notes Via Status On WhatsApp
If enabled on a device, the ability to record and share voice notes via status can be found under the text status section, as can be seen in the screenshot that is supposedly provided. Additionally, consumers have more control over their voice recordings thanks to the option to delete a recording before sharing it. Additionally, as was already established, voice notes can only be played back for a maximum of 30 seconds and users must update their WhatsApp version to do so.
End-to-end encryption will always be used to protect these notes, so only the persons you designate in your privacy settings will have access to them. These are currently only accessible to chosen beta testers.
What is WhatsApp status?
Text, photo, video, and GIF updates can be sent; however, they vanish 24 hours after being received. To do this, both the user and the recipient must have each other’s phone numbers in their respective device’s address book.
Who will have access to the voice notes?
End-to-end encryption will always be used to protect these notes, so only the persons you designate in your privacy settings will have access to them.