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25 Mar, 2023
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WhatsApp, a popular messaging platform that currently offers multiple communication options beyond text, such as pictures, videos, and calls, is working on a new feature that will allow iPhone users to send short video messages to other people.

It was recently discovered that WhatsApp is working on a new video messaging feature that functions similarly to Telegram's existing feature. Although the feature is still being developed, the discovery was made in a beta version of WhatsApp for iPhone. Users will be able to easily send video messages by holding down a button to record a video of up to 60 seconds, after which the circular video will automatically play in the chat. End-to-end encryption will be used for these short video messages, which will prevent forwarding or saving but will allow screenshots.

This feature will undoubtedly make it easier for users to express themselves, especially when they need to quickly show something important on camera. However, it is currently unclear when WhatsApp plans to release the short video message feature to the general public.

WhatsApp has recently introduced several other features to enhance the group chat experience, such as allowing admins to determine who can join a group and making it easier to identify common groups between contacts. Additionally, the platform now supports voice updates for status, and is working on an Expiring Groups feature and a message editing option similar to those found on Telegram and iMessage.