WhatsApp Media Upload Quality feature
WhatsApp Media Upload Quality feature
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WhatsApp is rolling out the new manage Media upload quality feature. It offers greater control to users over their sharing experience to ensure that important details within their photos and videos are always preserved. Users can manage the quality of the media they upload.

Today I am explaining WhatsApp’s new manage Media upload quality feature. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the new ability to manage the media upload feature.

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WhatsApp Manage Media upload quality feature

The new feature has been discovered on WhatsApp for iOS beta version 24.11.10.78. WhatsApp for iOS beta users can now have the same opportunity to manage media upload quality as Android users can do. The new option to choose the default quality of photos and videos is now available within the storage and data section on the WhatsApp for iOS app.

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There is an option of Standard quality that allows users to share faster with smaller file sizes. At the same time, high-quality option ensures that photos and videos are shared with enhanced clarity and fidelity and preserve important details. However, the high-quality option doesn’t allow users to share photos and videos in their original quality directly.

If you want to share the photos and videos in their original quality then you have to share them as documents to maintain their original quality.

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The new feature to manage media upload quality is rolling out for some beta testers. It is available on the WhatsApp for iOS beta version 24.11.10.78.

Meanwhile, the meta-owned messaging app is releasing a new Voice status update up to 1-minute feature. This feature extends the duration to up to 1 minute per voice allowing users to share their status updates without needing multiple recordings. Users can now share voice status updates for up to 1 minute in length.

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