WhatsApp View images and videos once allows you to send images and videos that you can only open once to other users, and the company is tweaking the interface to make sharing these messages easier than before. According to details shared by WhatsApp feature tracker WABetaInfo, the app will allow users to quickly share images or videos from their camera roll with just a few taps. WhatsApp is also working on the ability to send other message types as one-time view messages, suggesting it could become the default method for sending these messages in the future.
The latest version of WhatsApp beta has reportedly added a feature that allows users to quickly send a message that is only viewed once by pressing and holding the send button instead of tapping the “1” in the header window when sending an image or video on WhatsApp. “icon. to WABetaInfo Report.Instead of sending an image or video, the user sees a popup menu with a sent once as a view Options above the send button.
WhatsApp’s new “Send to view once” button is still in the works
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The feature was discovered during the development of the WhatsApp beta version 188.8.131.52 for Android and is currently unavailable for testing on the latest beta versions of the app on iOS and Android. It is expected to roll out to beta testers first, and then the company will push the update to all users. Currently, the ability to send media as a one-time view message only works with images and videos – GIFs are not currently supported.
When the feature rolls out to beta testers, those who have signed up for the beta update will see an alert above the WhatsApp send button in the image/video send preview. A message appears stating: Press and hold to send a message as a view.must follow this option sent once as a viewAccording to WABetaInfo report.
The feature tracker claims that the one-time viewing feature on WhatsApp itself will be transferred to the new design, which means that the “1” icon may disappear from the header section. According to previous reports, the company is working on expanding support for one-off messages to audio (voice notes) and text messages in the future.
According to a recent report, WhatsApp has started testing a feature that allows users to generate stickers using artificial intelligence (AI). The app will take prompts from the user, such as “the cat laughs on the skateboard,” and automatically generate stickers. The platform also allows users to lock chats with a passcode on WhatsApp Web, according to details shared by the feature tracker.