WhatsApp tests many new features globally for its customers. A recent study reveals that Facebook-owned Messaging App is currently working on a new feature. This feature is Mute videos for Android and iOS. This functionality allows users to Mute videos before sending contacts, as the name implies.
WhatsApp is testing a new feature. This feature will allow user to delete the audio from a video that you send to someone. WhatsApp has launched the Mute videos feature for its beta users, according to a new report. To get the hands on this new feature. Users’ need to download the newest beta version 126.96.36.199 of WhatsApp by going to the app store.
Testing the Beta feature means Mute videos will be delivered very quickly to Android and iOS users globally. The messaging app wants to address all the glitches by testing this new feature and launching the final update without any issues. The messaging platform has not officially announced the global availability of this Mute video feature. Also, Rumors have also not revealed the launch timeline of this feature yet.
WABetaInfo tears down APKs and tracks about this upcoming features within the app. This new Mute Video button will appear on the video-editing screen. Also Read: Most downloaded app in January? Telegram
WhatsApp Mute Video: How it works?
The messaging platform is currently testing this feature and is likely to roll out for all users very soon. However, For beta users, with 188.8.131.52 beta version, the functionality is already available. Users can first mute a video using the Mute video feature before sending it to a contact.
The Mute video feature will be available on the application’s video editing screen according to WABetaInfo. It appears under the seek bar as a volume icon. The WhatsApp tracker shows that users can mute a video by tapping on an outgoing video. This also suggests that all the remaining options including emote, text and editing are still available.
WhatsApp: Other New Features
In the meantime, the messaging platform tests the support feature for multi devices with up to 4 devices simultaneously. These other 4 devices may includes desktop, web app, another phone, etc. Users chat history can synchronize automatically over your linked devices.
It has been a long time since the company is testing this feature. However, this feature is restricted since WhatsApp doesn’t allow you to archive, mute or delete chats from a linked device. WhatsApp didn’t announce the global availability of this crucial feature.
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