WhatsApp recently rolled out WhatsApp preview voice message feature globally. The feature comes with a new update for both iOS and Android users. If you prefer sending voice messages over text messages on WhatsApp, a new update will allow you to listen to a preview of your voice messages before sending them.
The update prevents you from sending a voice message that isn’t completely clear or requires a correction. This feature has been in development for quite some time, as users were previously unable to see a preview of their Voice message before sending it. However, this is possible because the preview voice message will work in both individual and group chats.
Voice message preview is now available for all WhatsApp users on Android and iOS, as well as on the Web and desktop. Before sending audio to an individual chat or a group chat, one can now easily check if the quality is acceptable. After tapping the Review button, you’ll be able to listen to the voice message you previously recorded and decide whether to discard or send it.
We’ll show you how to preview your WhatsApp voice messages before sending them to your contacts but make sure you have the most recent WhatsApp version on your device.
How to Preview WhatsApp Voice Messages
- On WhatsApp, start a private or group chat.
- Toggle up to lock hands-free recording by tapping and holding the microphone button next to the message textbox.
- However, You don’t need to slide up to record on the Web or desktop versions of WhatsApp. Both offer hands-free recording after clicking the microphone, so there’s no need to slide up.
- Now it’s time to start speaking your message into the microphone.
- To end the recording, tap the stop button.
- Play your recording by pressing the play button. By tapping the seek bar, you can jump to a specific part of your recording.
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