Now you can speed up audio messaging on WhatsApp

Not a fan of the endless audio messages you receive Share? This may be great news for you. From now on, the chat application will allow you to speed up the audio messages sent to you by other contacts.

A few days ago, WhatsApp released this new functionality for users registered in the platform’s beta program. Now, thanks to the latest update, the tool should start to be available on all devices.

As usual, its landing will be done gradually, so it will not appear on all devices yet.

How does it work?

If you click the play button for audio, an icon will be displayed indicating how quickly it will be heard. It has three: 1x, 1.5x and 2x.

Once you do, the file will start playing at 1.5x speed and if you press it again, it will run twice as fast.

An important point to consider is that the next time you open the audio in the app, WhatsApp will have the last speed you used by default. Could this be one of the best features that WhatsApp has introduced in recent times?

Finally, the company announced that it will allow you to listen to recorded audio messages before sending them. So, if you are not completely sure or satisfied, you can delete it before it is too late. How many arguments and bad times can be avoided with this function long ago?

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