WhatsApp is rolling out the voice waveforms feature in its new update for WhatsApp desktop beta users. The platform has submitted this update through the official beta channel with this update the version reaches 2.2209.3. It is reported that some users may get the same features in some previous updates of WhatsApp desktop Beta under the 2.2208 version and also in the latest stable version.
News on voice waveforms has been around for a while. As one of the most popular and in-demand messenger and chat support software WhatsApp is regularly undergoing updates. In this current beta update, the platform is reportedly rolling out voice waveforms for chat Bubbles to more people.
WhatsApp rolling out Voice Waveforms feature for voice notes
In a previous update, WhatsApp rolled out the ability to pause and resume voice recordings for voice notes. The feature is available on the latest WhatsApp beta for android updates. After the previous release now the platform is releasing one more voice notes feature for web/ desktop users.
According to the screenshot released by a leading WhatsApp news source, in this new update, the voice waveforms will show up in chat bubbles. The WhatsApp developers team launched a small test for some specific WhatsApp desktop beta testers some time ago.
Now the Dev team is also expanding their test for some more people on the latest stable beta version of WhatsApp desktop. Install the latest version of the Beta update to see this feature. If the voice waveforms are not visible for your voice notes even after installing the latest version it simply means that the feature is yet not ready for your WhatsApp account.
On other hand, if the waveforms are not available for your incoming voice notes too, it indicates that the other person who has sent you the voice note is using an old version of WhatsApp. So be sure to update your account and also ask your contacts to update their WhatsApp version to see this feature.
However, after this update, it is confirmed that now you all can see your real-time voice waveforms on all platforms. The news report mentions that the credit goes to Mateusmarquezini for testing and reporting on this feature. To know more about all new upcoming features and development stay tuned with us.