WhatsApp has launched a new feature that allows you to preview your voice messages before sending them, so you can be sure you sound as you expect. It's a fairly simple inclusion that certainly is useful, and if you're at ease with hearing your voice on recording, that is.
Listening to our own voice played back can be startling for most of us because we don't sound like we do in our heads. If you can get over the cringe factor, it could be a helpful tool to confirm that your voice messages are exactly what you intended, which could assist enhance communication.
In India, where numerous languages are spoken, voice messaging is especially popular because not everyone can read and write all of them as well as they can comprehend them by voice. This is why Meta has been pushing to introduce additional voice features, and it's possible that this could be the reason why Clubhouse is continuing to thrive in India, a place now critical to its future growth.
WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging program in the region, so including more voice features into the process might be quite beneficial in terms of boosting usability and keeping people connected via WhatsApp chats.
It's also a good idea to double-check what you're saying to make sure there's no space for misunderstanding. A relatively simple feature, but a highly valuable addition all in all.