WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that allows users to record and share short video messages directly in chat, similar to what is available in Telegram. This move clearly shows that WhatsApp is taking inspiration from Telegram as they include this feature in their own app.
In Telegram, when you record a video message, it appears as a circle video. Additionally, Telegram offers a picture-in-picture mode, allowing you to keep scrolling through chats while the video message remains visible in the top right corner. This is a convenient feature that is easy to use.
To enable this feature in WhatsApp, you need to make sure you have the latest version of the app installed. Once updated, sharing a short video message becomes as simple as sending a voice message. To do so, tap to switch to video mode and hold to record the video. Swiping up will lock and record the video hands-free.
Videos sent as messages will play automatically without sound, ensuring that they don't disturb the recipient's experience when opening a chat. Tapping on the video message will start the sound. It's worth mentioning that video messages on WhatsApp are protected with end-to-end encryption, ensuring privacy.
This new feature is rolling out gradually, starting today, and will be available to all users in the coming weeks. However, it's important to note that while WhatsApp is continuously introducing new features, such as the recent addition of call silencing for unknown numbers, not all features may be immediately available to all users.
If you haven't received this feature yet, there is no need to worry. Simply ensure your app is up to date and keep an eye out for the update to be available to you soon. WhatsApp is constantly evolving and adding useful features to enhance the user experience.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!