Meta's widely used messaging service, WhatsApp, is experimenting with a function that will let users post their voice recordings as part of their profile status. This feature, which is being tested at the moment, would permit users to record and share voice messages that can be seen by their friends for a day.

WABetaInfo has noticed this feature, but it is being gradually released to beta testers so not everyone can access it. The business has evidently been developing the feature for over a year and is nearing completion of a reliable launch.

At the moment, WhatsApp status can only be made up of pictures and videos, which will provide users with a novel way to express themselves and communicate their ideas to their contacts. Once the function is made available, individuals will have the ability to record a voice message and share it as their status.

Additionally, WhatsApp has added a number of additional capabilities in recent years, including the capacity for payments, location sharing, and document sharing. A WhatsApp Business version of the app has also been released by the company, enabling small and medium-sized enterprises to connect with their clients and customers more efficiently.

End-to-end encryption, one of WhatsApp's core features, makes sure that only the sender and the recipient can read the messages. Because of this, people who want to keep their communications private frequently choose it. With over 2 billion monthly active users, WhatsApp has grown to become one of the most widely used messaging services worldwide.