WhatsApp, the ever popular and simple messaging application has been known to provide the services that are needed to its users which are to simply send and receive messages to and fro without any hiccups. In this process, WhatsApp has also increased its sending ability by allowing users to send/receive Audio, Video, Documents and other files also which makes it a mail replacement also as all of these files are either too large or are unsupported on many platforms.
Also, we have seen that there is an ability to make video and voice call on WhatsApp also which have been used consistently by most of the users. Also, there are more and more additions being made to WhatsApp ever since it was bought by the Social Media giant Facebook. Now, we earlier mentioned that the users on WhatsApp can send recorded voice messages also. In the app, there is a voice button as well which lets users record their message before sending it instantly to the other user. Now, one problem that the users have been facing with this feature of sending voice messages is that there is no way that a user can listen to their message before sending them to the other user.
This means that even though the message may not be recorded properly or there may be some things that are unwanted in the recording then also they will get sent and the only option that the user currently has is to discard the entire message. However, this is soon going to change as we will now be able to listen to our audio messages before sending them and this information has been provided by @WaBetaInfo which is a famous twitter handle known for leaking upcoming features from WhatsApp.
The screen grab of this feature has been attached above which shows the ability to play audio message as a preview before sending. This has been spotted by WABetaInfo in WhatsApp beta 2.18.10 for iOS but Android users will get this feature soon as well.
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