Users will soon be able to convert their audio files into text with a new feature coming to WhatsApp, the instant messaging service owned by Meta.
With this function, the user can write down the audio message and read the text instead of listening to it. It is a straightforward yet highly useful feature.
The audio message will be analyzed by the transcription feature before being converted into a text file.
Additionally, it will inform the user if any of the words in the voice notes are unavailable, poorly understood, or possibly in a language that is not supported by the transcribing capability.
This function is still being worked on by WhatsApp; it is currently in development and will be made accessible to users soon.
The instant messaging service WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is developing a new camera and photo-editing tool.
The dominant messaging service is quickly developing and has recently released a number of upgrades.
Users will be able to access picture and video recording options individually thanks to this new upgrade. Users no longer need to hold the button down in order to capture videos.