Updated WhatsApp status with emoji reactions, voice status, link preview and more: Details

WhatsApp on Tuesday introduced several updates to its status feature. These include advanced privacy settings for voice statuses, emoji reactions for statuses, and link previews on status updates. The company says it will roll out these features to users in the next few weeks. The new privacy option will let users choose who can see their status updates each time they’re posted. The app has also implemented the ability to share voice status updates for up to 30 seconds. WhatsApp users can now also respond to status updates using emojis.

According to a blog post via WhatsApp, there are up to five new features and improvements coming to WhatsApp status, including the ability to share voice status, new status profile ringing, link preview on status and enhanced privacy option higher. The new privacy option will allow users to update their privacy settings while posting a status and choose who can see their status each time they update. The selected contacts will be used as default for the next state.

Another feature announced by WhatsApp is the ability to record and share voice messages for up to 30 seconds on WhatsApp status. The app has also introduced the ability to respond to status updates by swiping up and tapping on one of eight emojis.

Additionally, the instant messaging app has also brought in a new round of status profiles that will notify users of the status updates of their contacts. Whenever a contact updates their status, a circle will appear around their profile picture. It will show up in the chat list, as well as the group participants list and the contact information section.

Furthermore, users can now preview a shared link in status updates just as if they were sent as messages in chats. WhatsApp has said that all of these features have started rolling out to users and will be accessible to all users in the next few weeks.

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