If you do not like to receive audio messages on WhatsApp, be prepared because in a few weeks you may get fed up…. and that WhatsApp is testing a new functionality that will allow sending up to 30 audio files at a time.
“Group administrators on WhatsApp may prevent shared files from being forwarded frequently.”
The new tool, which has been found by diving into the code of the beta version v2.19.97 of the messaging application, is initially designed so that users can share, at the same time, the music files that make up an album of music. music, for example.
Beyond seeing how that would affect the respect of copyright, the possibility of sending up to 30 audios at a time opens the ban to friends, those who do not have enough with the ability to send an audio of up to 15 minutes, As before, they can send more than one audio – hopefully shorter – at the same time.
Anyway, this is a function that WhatsApp is only testing, so it may never get to launch officially.
In that same beta the code of another new functionality has been found: the possibility that the administrator of a group could prevent it from sharing messages that have been marked as “frequently forwarded”. The objective of this novelty is to prevent more false messages from being spread through the instant messaging application.
It is not the only novelty that is testing WhatsApp these days. This morning we commented that, at last, WhatsApp is doing tests to add support for iPad. Until now, users of Apple tablets did not have their own application for the instant messaging tool and could only use it if they accessed the web version from the device’s browser.
At the moment it is only a test, but to get to launch, they could enjoy the same functions in WhatsApp on your phone and your iOS tablet, including calls and video calls.