WhatsApp now allows sending more than one audio file: Here's how it works

WhatsApp's latest Beta update allows users to send up to 30 audio files at once. Here's how the feature works.

WhatsApp's latest beta update brings a new audio picker

WhatsApp, in the past couple of months, has introduced plenty of features, which are mainly focused on making the user experience better. The social media application's upcoming update will allow users to send a total of 30 audio files at once. This is made possible with the implementation of a new audio picker.

According to a report by WABetaInfo, the new feature is a part of the 2.19.89 WhatsApp Beta update. Earlier, users were only allowed to send one audio file at a time. With the help of the new audio picker, the users will be able to choose up to 30 audio files from their library.

As of now, the feature is only available on the latest Beta version of the application. However, it will be delivered to the masses with the next stable update. In order to use it, users will need to open a chat first. Once in a chat window, click on the attach file icon and hit audio. Now you will see a list of music from your library. You can select multiple tracks and hit the send icon on the bottom right corner.

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WhatsApp has been bringing a ton of new features lately. Recently, the Facebook-owned app introduced TouchID support for iPhones. They also introduced two new features called "Frequently forwarded messages" and "Who can add me in groups." The company is also testing features like Dark Mode and more.


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