WhatsApp to let you schedule calls and transcribe voice messages

WhatsApp is developing some intriguing features that will significantly improve your experience. The company is working on a feature that will allow you to share images in their original quality, and it has now been revealed that WhatsApp will also allow you to schedule calls. The app will also be able to transcribe voice messages, according to WaBetaInfo.

Here’s everything you need to know about the major features that will be added to WhatsApp in the near future.

Many people use WhatsApp to respond to official or personal calls. The platform will now allow users to schedule calls through the app, which appears to be a great addition for groups. Users could previously schedule calls on platforms such as Zoom or Google Meet.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, as well as one of the quickest ways to connect with people on the phone. Meta appears to be planning to give these apps stiff competition with the addition of this feature. Although some of the unique features, such as call recording, are not available on WhatsApp, they are available on other video calling apps.

When you tap on the call button, the platform will display a schedule option, according to a screenshot shared by WaBetaInfo. When you tap on schedule call, WhatsApp displays three options: title, date, and time. After entering the necessary information, you will only need to press the “Create” button. When a call is scheduled, WhatsApp will notify the participants of the meeting. Users will also be notified when the call begins, so if someone is running late, the user will be notified. This feature is available in WhatsApp beta for Android version

According to the cited source, WhatsApp will also include the ability to transcribe voice notes. However, this feature may only be available in English. As a result, if a voice message is received in a different language, it will not work. The feature was discovered in the most recent iOS beta version of WhatsApp. Keep in mind that all of the features are currently in development and are only available to WhatsApp beta testers. According to WabetaInfo, the platform will make them available in the future.

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