This Upcoming Feature Lets You Send Videos In Real-Time On WhatsApp For Up To 1 Minute

These real-time videos are end-to-end encrypted and can't be forwarded.

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WhatsApp is currently working on a new feature called video messages that lets you send recorded videos in real-time

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This feature allows you to send short messages of up to 60 seconds, providing users with an enhanced way to communicate through video. Compared to pre-recorded videos, video messages are recorded in real-time to offer a sense of immediacy. 

It is currently available to some beta testers on iOS and Android. 

WABetaInfo reports that if you want to check whether this feature is available to you, you can tap the little microphone button next to the chat bar. If it turns into a video camera, you can make use of the feature already. 

If not, then the feature will be gradually rolling out to more users in the coming weeks.

Video messages are also end-to-end encrypted and cannot be forwarded to people outside of the conversation it is sent to

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