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Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Company starts testing voice DM feature in India

   Twitter's new feature: Company starts testing voice DM feature in India, users will be able to send a 140-second voice message

Twitter has started testing the voice message feature for Direct Messages (DMs) in India. With the help of this feature, the user will be able to send a voice message of 140 seconds. Feature testing is underway in India as well as Brazil and Japan. The company said that the feature of voice messaging in DMs will make it easier for users to talk.

"We are very excited about testing voice messaging in DMs in India," said Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India. With the help of this feature, people will get a different experience of communication. Users will be able to hear each other's voices and share their feelings. Each feature in this feature will be 140 seconds long. This will allow people to chat faster.

Here's how to use the voice message feature in DMs:

    First, the user has to go to Direct Messages (DMs).

    Now tap the New Voice Recording icon to send a voice message.

    Start recording in your voice. Tap on the stop message when the talk is over.

    Be aware that recording will not be done after 140 seconds.

    Users can also delete a voice message if they do not like it.

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Instagram also started direct messaging

In October last year, Facebook linked Instagram Direct Messages (DMs) to the Facebook Messenger platform. With its help, users can use the Messenger app and talk to their Facebook friends via Instagram without any hassle or downloading a new app. Similarly, users of Instagram Direct Messages can also send messages through Facebook Messenger.

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