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WhatsApp has been working hard to keep improving its user experience further with the introduction of a new features. It was recently revealed that instant messaging app will receive a feature to listen to voice messages globally, with different playback speeds. And now, WhatsApp Beta Info has published a new report about the ability to pause voice recordings.

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According to a report wabetainfo, WhatsApp is said to be working on a feature that will allow users to pause voice messages while they’re recording them. The feature is useful because it will allow you to fit your message within a single voice message without forcing you to stop and record a new one.

As seen on the demo video below, there is a new pause button on the voice recording panel, tapping which the recording immediately comes to a halt. It can then very conveniently be resumed as well using the same button.

The WhatsApp pause voice recordings feature has currently only hit a few users on the app’s beta channel on iOS but a wider rollout for all beta users is expected soon. WhatsApp Beta Info has confirmed that the same feature for Android is in the works as well.

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Recently, an APK teardown by XDA revealed that WhatsApp is also working on a new “Community” feature that will co-exist with the existing Group feature. XDA speculates that a community could possibly host several WhatsApp Groups within itself (or be the other way round), as well as be a dedicated Channel for admins to message. Posts within could possibly host threaded responses, not unlike the kind that Telegram allows in its channel posts.

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This was as per WhatsApp’s latest beta, v2.21.21.6 that came with several new strings that point towards the upcoming Community feature.

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