WhatsApp will add a feature to pause the recording of voicemail messages: reports


New Delhi: Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp would allow users to stop voice recording while recording via a future update.

Apparently, this update could allow users to record and resume their voicemail messages right where they left off. Additionally, the company is also said to be working on fixing an issue with the chat backup.

WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp feature tracker, reported that users may soon pause and resume recording their voicemail messages. The new feature of the Facebook-owned chat app will soon be available for beta users on Android and iOS. The website also mentioned that since this feature is still under development, it may even take a while to reach beta versions of the app.

The video above, shared by the website, shows how the feature would work once released. After recording a voicemail message, WhatsApp users will see another record button that allows them to resume recording their voicemail message. There is no information on the start of the rollout of the feature for beta and stable versions of WhatsApp.

How To Fix WhatsApp Chat Backup From Google Drive Problem

  1. Unlink the WhatsApp account from Google Drive.
  2. Uninstall WhatsApp.
  3. Rename the most recent database to mgstore.db – without changing the .crypt extension. This database can be found using a file manager.
  4. Install WhatsApp using the same mobile number.
  5. Since WhatsApp and Google Drive are not linked, the chat app will use the local database to restore chats.
  6. Once restored, users can link WhatsApp and Google Drive through the app’s backup settings.

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