WhatsApp tests self-destructing voice notes

WhatsApp is finally giving you the option to send voice notes without concerns about them being recorded or shared. The messaging app is rolling out a feature that lets you set voice notes to view once and then self-destruct, WABetaInfo reports. Now, there’s really very little reason to call anyone.

WhatsApp is rolling out a feature to set view once mode to voice notes on iOS and Android beta!

WhatsApp is introducing a new feature to allow some beta testers to share voice notes with view once mode enabled for added privacy.https://t.co/GcVHDJrHuO pic.twitter.com/A8r0aKtDf5

— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) October 18, 2023

The new feature works similarly to when you set a photo sent over WhatsApp to be viewable only once. When recording a voice note, you’ll see the number one inside a circle. Simply click that, and your voice note will become a one-time listen. However, you cant hear it again either, so if you’re someone who either likes the sound of your own voice (rare) or to analyze everything you’ve just said, then you might want to skip it. It also appears that the audio will be lost if your recipient accidentally closes out of the conversation while listening to it.

With voice notes’ popularity growing tremendously over the past few years, this new feature could be a great option for sending friends your streaming password, card information or just cold-hard gossip without it getting out there. The ability to set your audio messages to listen once is currently in beta testing on both Android and iPhone devices but should roll out to more testers in the coming days. 

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/whatsapp-tests-self-destructing-voice-notes-113555275.html?src=rss 

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