The WhatsApp It now promises a new functionality for users which consists of accelerating any type of voice that is sent by the messaging platform.
offline function Speed up voice memos Just by clicking on the icon “1x” To speed up “1.5x” o “2x”“.
However, this option is already starting to be enabled in iOS beta versions, where users can change the speed of any audio file they receive.
Now when I redirect voice note Or attach a song, it can be sent as a public file so that it is a file Users can play it at the desired speed.
It is more common for people to send voice notes than audio files, but with this feature, forwarded notes will also be able to change the playback speed.
Only in April this year WhatsApp has made it possible for all users in the world to play audio at a certain speed received in conversations.
This instant messaging app is still the most used in the world with More than two billion users.
What’s new in WhatsApp: The web version can notify you when a person is online
WhatsApp Web now notifies you when a person is online Via an extension that must be downloaded from chrome online store and install it in your favorite browser.
It is important to clarify that the web version will only inform people who are connected while using the platform.
in this way Extension installed:
- Once in Extension, click the icon puzzle (accessories) It is located in the upper right corner of Chrome
- If you can’t see it, tap next to a file profile picture gmail
- All your Chrome extensions will open, but search “WA Web Plus Couple WhatsApp”
- Several options will be displayed, click here comment
- In the upper right corner, a green cross symbolIt is located in a circle and is the extension of “WA Web Plus”
- Once you have the shortcut for the extension (fix), Enter WhatsApp Web in the usual way
- the following, Click on the “WA Web Plus” icon.
- WhatsApp Web will open with a long list of options. Just check the box that says “Online contact notification”
- ready! While you are using the web version of WhatsApp
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