Once the option to send temporary images came to WhatsApp, allowing one to choose to view the individual image, users loved the feature and started using it more frequently. However, now, a new feature is coming: temporary audios, i.e. it will be possible to play it only once.
The addition of this new feature is already available in a beta version of Meta messenger. However, there is nothing official yet. What was found was only messages with a single playback of audio sent in WABetaInfo, in WhatsApp Beta version 18.104.22.168, specifically for Android.
If this new resource has already been implemented, it will be allowed to send a certain sound and put it into a temporary format, so that it can only be played once, similar to the operation in the images sent temporarily.
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However, it seems that the audio in question will not appear the way we see it in the image above. The process will be a little different. When sending a self-destructing sound, a page will open, similar to when sending pictures in the previously mentioned function.
But why all this? As obvious as it may sound, self-destructing audio messages would be ideal when talking about topics that need more attention regarding possible leaks.
Also, when the feature is available to all users, there will be no option to record audio, let alone send it to someone.
When will it be available?
It is not yet known when the new feature will be released to users, but based on processes similar to the messenger, the availability will be gradual, that is, little by little, once the tool has gone through the entire analysis process, in order to avoid any possible errors.
And then do comment below if you are looking to check out and make use of this new WhatsApp tool.
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