Whatsapp Status Update

WhatsApp Status update: Indian users can’t share videos longer than 15 seconds; here’s why

WhatsApp brings new updates almost every other day. The latest one brings a small update to Status. Here are the details.
WhatsApp has limited the duration of the video that can be uploaded as a Status Indian. A report from WABetaInfo states that this feature will come specifically for India. It is now available on both iPhone and iOS in this country. WhatsApp has begun to launch a feature starting today and should reach all users gradually. We have to accept it.

Previously users can upload up to 30 seconds of video as WhatsApp Status. The Messaging platform now has limited the duration of a video to upload as Status for 15 seconds and 16 seconds as previously reported. With the new feature coming is the Facebook messaging platform belonging to prompt the user to crop video longer than 15 seconds duration and only then be posted as status.

According to reports from WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has introduced this feature to reduce the load on its servers that have spiked since people have started to live at home for a pandemic coronavirus. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had previously said that they saw a very high-level call via WhatsApp in countries that face a crisis COVID-19. In a recent blog, the social media giant also noted that the voice and video call usage has doubled in the last month.

WhatsApp can introduce the duration of the video so that the user does not send a video of the duration for the Status and which will help reduce the load on the server. Reports from WABetaInfo states that this feature is limited until the end of the pandemic. After the situation WhatsApp cage will remove the video time limit, the report stated. There is no official word from the same WhatsApp yet.

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