WhatsApp ‘Switch Camera Mode’ Feature: Here’s How It Works
The popular messaging service WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is building a camera feature for swiftly shooting movies, which is great news for its customers all around the world. The ability to toggle between camera and video mode is reportedly coming to WhatsApp. This functionality will allow users to rapidly switch to a different mode in which to record. This function was introduced in a prior Android beta version of WhatsApp. WABetaInfo, a blog that keeps tabs on WhatsApp, said that the camera mode is now in development on the WhatsApp beta for iOS and would be launched in a future update.
The current method of recording a video, which requires you to tap and hold, is inconvenient when you need to record a lengthy video; however, in the future, you will be able to switch to video mode with only a tap, making video capture much simpler. As a result of this update, recording videos on WhatsApp will be much less complicated. As an additional security measure, WhatsApp is developing a quick block option for use under notification settings. Blocking people can now be done with a single click within the chat interface.
Only when you receive a message from a person you have not verified or are otherwise unable to verify as a trusted contact will WhatsApp’s shortcut to ban them appear. According to the study, this restriction is necessary since users are likely to inadvertently hit the block action while replying to notifications from their closest friends and family members. In a future version of the app, a quick block button will be included in the notification pull-down menu.
In the meantime, the Meta-owned messaging platform is releasing an iOS 16 feature that can recognize text within images shared in chats. This new functionality is currently available only to beta testers. To ensure that the text detection button is there, beta testers need only open a picture containing text. As long as the icon is in plain sight, you can start using it to pull text from images in your chats.