WhatsApp is an instant messaging service, it also has a “dynamic” function similar to Facebook and Instagram, allowing users to share real-time updates with friends and relatives, and the content uploaded to the “dynamic” includes photos, videos, text, and GIF animations, etc., will automatically disappear after 24 hours.
WhatsApp’s “Activity” feature was updated yesterday to provide users with new ways to use it. The new “News” feature includes allowing users to adjust privacy settings so that they can choose who can see each time the “News” is updated, and the most recent selection of sharing objects will be saved as the default when the next “News” is released value. Another new feature is to record and share voice messages of up to 30 seconds.
WhatsApp will also add “mood” later, allowing users to quickly respond to relatives and friends “dynamic” updates with emoticons such as appreciation or love. Like Facebook and Instagram, WhatsApp will add a status circle to the “dynamics,” which will be more clearly displayed once the “dynamics” of relatives and friends are updated. Finally, when the user posts a link in the “Story,” they will automatically see the preview screen, which makes the “Story” look more vivid, and allows the other party to understand the content of the link before clicking.
The new feature has been rolled out to users starting today and will be visible to all users in the next few weeks.