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WhatsApp is removing Voice Waveforms for Voice messages on Android

WhatsApp disables the new Voice Waveforms for Voice messages on Android. The New Voice Waveforms rollout soon for users.

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WhatsApp is removing the Voice Waveforms for Voice messages. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. It is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. Recently it has rolled out the New Forward Sticker Pack for Android. This feature allows users to forward their sticker packs with their chats.

It always rollout the amazing feature for users. But Now it is disabling the Voice Waveforms for Voice messages. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp disable Voice Waveforms for Voice messages. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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WhatsApp removing Voice Waveforms for Voice messages

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Recently WhatsApp has made some changes to their user interface for messages. It also added the new Voice Waveforms for Voice messages in the new user interface. Users can see the waveform when they send voice messages to their chat. But now it is removing the Voice Waveforms for Voice messages on Android. It is restoring the old one.

According to the WABetaInfo the feature tracker of WhatsApp, “a lot of users complained that, although that interface was nice, it was not possible to navigate through the voice messages using seek bar. Also, the color for the voice waveform wasn’t very visible in the dark mode.” So, WhatsApp has disabled this feature temporarily. But it may soon rollout for users.

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It also rollout the new User interface for Business info. When the users explore the Business info then they can see the new user interface. It has also added the five shortcuts to the new user interface for Business info. The new UI for Business info is rollout for beta users.

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