Read receipts for voice messages
Read receipts for voice messages

WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be using WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. Recently WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature to import custom animation sticker packs. It always rolls out new features to enhance the user-using experience.

Now WhatsApp’s new latest update allows users to disable the read receipts for voice messages and animation for voice messages. Today I am explaining to you about Disable Read Receipts for voice messages on WhatsApp. Read this post till the end to know more about this.


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Disable read receipts for voice messages on WhatsApp

According to the WABetaInfo, the feature tracker of WhatsApp spotted this latest update first. This update is available for iOS users. It is currently available for the beta version. You can update your WhatsApp from the Apple app store to get this update on your app.

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There is no info on when this update comes for Android users.  WhatsApp has already the feature Read receipts that allows you to read messages without having a blue tick.

It also allows you to view anyone’s WhatsApp status without letting them know but there is no option to disable the blue ticks for the voice messages on the individual chats.

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Before this update when the sender sends voice messages and when the receiver listens to that voice notes then it will have the blue tick. But now users can enable the option after this update to disable the blue tick for the voice messages.

Currently, the ability to disable the blue tick option for voice messages is released for users in Brazil, Iran, and Indonesia. The new disabled read receipt for voice messages is available in Android version and iOS version

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