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Whatsapp is now rolling out Pause and Resume feature for voice note recordings

WhatsApp has been on a roll recently with its amazing updates on beta servers. Users saw very efficient and useful updates like the WhatsApp Web logging without the phone’s internet connectivity, the new message reactions feature, and many more.

Recently, WhatsApp has re-added the previous Pause and Resume feature on WhatsApp voice note recordings which have already started rolling out to some select beta testers.

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What is the ‘Pause and Resume’ feature on WhatsApp voice note recordings?

The Pause and Resume feature on WhatsApp was one of the features that were previously available on WhatsApp but were taken down a few days back. However, it has been readded and is slowly rolling out to all users.

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The Pause and Resume feature is pretty self-explanatory as it allows users to pause or resume in the middle of their voice recordings. It helps one to pause at their desired duration of voice note recording and can then resume recording again by clicking on the ‘resume’ button whenever they feel to.

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There are several benefits of this feature too. It allows a person to send a voice note in one go by pausing and stopping and selecting the words that they want to say instead of deleting and re-recording the whole voice message. Hence, it is convenient and is much more efficient while communicating via voice chats.

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Other than this feature, WhatsApp is also working on some other new features like modified UI for contacts in iOS devices, a new stickers tab on WhatsApp Web, and many more. Hopefully, all these upcoming features would be in the user’s best interest.

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