Soon You Can Send WhatsApp Video Message

Soon, it will be possible for you to send WhatsApp video message to your friends and contacts. Users will be able to share brief videos with their friends, with a maximum duration of one minute. According to the report, a “Video message” will appear in the chat list whenever a user receives a video message.

It should be emphasized that this new feature will be distinct from the current option of sharing videos on WhatsApp. The main distinction between the two features is that the upcoming WhatsApp video message feature will enable users to record and send videos in real-time.

WhatsApp video message

Moreover, video messages sent through WhatsApp will benefit from end-to-end encryption, ensuring that even WhatsApp itself cannot access their content. Furthermore, these video messages will have restrictions in terms of saving and forwarding. However, it is worth noting that users can still utilize the screen recording feature to capture these videos since they are not transmitted in a view-once mode.

The feature is currently under development and was discovered by waBetaInfo in the latest WhatsApp beta update for iOS on TestFlight. In the meantime, WhatsApp will introduce the capability for users to share their status updates directly to Facebook stories without needing to switch apps.

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This improvement aims to enhance the process of sharing a status update to Facebook Story. As per the report, WhatsApp users will retain full control over their status updates and can choose which updates are shared. The option to share status updates to Facebook stories without exiting WhatsApp will be voluntary and not enabled by default.

WhatsApp Calling Button

If users wish to activate the WhatsApp video message feature, they can navigate to the status privacy settings. It is important to note that the feature can be disabled at any time according to the user’s preference. However, this is a welcome new addition for most of the users, especially those who want to share special moments with their friends and families in-real time.

The WhatsApp video message feature is still in beta testing, but it will arrive very soon so it is only a matter of time.

Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer is a graduate from Kinnaird College for Women and holds a Bachelors in English Literature. She is a seasoned freelance writer with more than a decade of experience in multiple niches.
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