In recent days, the popular messaging app WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that allows users to send voice messages with a single trigger.
This innovation provides an additional layer of security for specific voice messages, ensuring that the sender does not in any way want to forward the message to other conversations.
The tool is available to all users of the app, regardless of whether they use Android or iOS (iPhone) devices.
How does the feature work?
The latest addition works in a similar way to the single-view photo and video features found in Messenger, where they disappear immediately after being triggered by the recipient.
Now, this functionality has been expanded to also include voice messages, ensuring that they are not played more than once on the recipient's device.
The single view option has proven to be a valuable tool for those who wish to share sensitive information.
Like all other messages on WhatsApp, one-time audio messages are protected by end-to-end encryption, ensuring users' privacy and security.
How to prevent people from forwarding your audio to other users on WhatsApp?
Very simple step by step. paying off:
- First, open the WhatsApp application;
- Then enter the conversation you want to send audio to;
- Now tap on the microphone option to send audio and move your finger up until you activate the lock;
- Next, select the “1” icon for the single view, and once the audio is finished, click the submit arrow;
- Ready, you use the single view feature to send audio recordings.
By playing the audio once, users ensure the privacy and protection of their private messages, preventing any kind of leakage or unwanted exposure.
WhatsApp is betting on privacy
The introduction of one-to-one voice messages on WhatsApp represents the latest implementation in a series of updates dedicated to enhancing user privacy on the platform.
The company demonstrates an ongoing commitment to providing resources that ensure users' privacy and security, with the aim of preventing any potential abuse or violation of privacy.
With information from Catraca Liver
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