WhatsApp, owned by Meta, has recently added a new feature to Android devices. which allows users to upload their voice as WhatsApp status. This feature was previously available to iOS users, but has now been made accessible to Android users as well.
With the voice status feature, WhatsApp users on Android can now record and share voice notes as status updates. However, these voice memos can only be shared with a specific audience determined by the user’s privacy settings. This ensures that only selected contacts can access the shared voice memos, adding an extra layer of privacy and control.
Like images and videos, voice notes shared via status automatically disappear after 24 hours. The instant messaging application has also given users the option to delete voice memos for everyone, even after they are posted as status updates.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to post voice memos as Status on WhatsApp
– Open the WhatsApp application on your Android device.
– Navigate to the “Status” tab, which is usually located at the bottom of the screen.
– Look for the pencil icon on the page.
Android users can find it in the bottom right corner, while iOS users can find it at the top of all status updates.
– Tap the pencil icon to continue.
– A new window appears.
– Find and tap the microphone icon in the bottom right corner to start recording your voice memo.
– Press and hold the microphone icon to record your voice note.
– If you decide to cancel the recording, slide the microphone icon to the left.
– Once you finish recording, you can preview the voice note by tapping the play button.
– When you are ready to share the voice note as a status, tap the send button in the bottom right corner of the screen;
With this you can easily share your voice notes on WhatsApp. Please note that the voice notes are only visible to the audience you have specified in your privacy settings and will automatically disappear after 24 hours.