WhatsApp Trials New Video Messages Feature for Enhanced Communication


WhatsApp has begun testing its latest feature, video messages, for iOS and Android users, with plans to roll it out to more users in the coming weeks. This new feature, allowing users to share short videos up to 60 seconds in length, aims to provide a more dynamic and efficient way of communication through the popular messaging app.

According to a WhatsApp-tracking website, the beta update includes the video messages feature and has been made available to selected beta testers. Users who have installed the latest WhatsApp beta for iOS update from the TestFlight app or the WhatsApp beta for Android update from the Google Play Store may already have access to this exciting functionality.

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To check if the video message recording option is enabled for your WhatsApp account, simply tap the microphone button within the chat bar of any conversation. If it transforms into a video camera button, you can begin recording and sending video messages right away.

It’s worth noting that the video messages sent through WhatsApp are always end-to-end encrypted, ensuring the highest level of security and privacy. This means that neither WhatsApp nor any third party can access the content of these messages.

While video messages cannot be forwarded directly within the app like audio messages, users have the option to save them through screen recording and share them outside the platform.

Stay tuned for further updates as WhatsApp continues to refine and expand the video messages feature, enhancing the communication experience for millions of users worldwide.

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