WhatsApp application, which is own by Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg has decided to impose some restrictions on users.
The number of WhatsApp users in the world has increased by more than two billion, and the uses of this application are increased by forty percent in this lockdown situation.
According to a report released by the detoxing firm Cantor, the WhatsApp users increased by 40% in the use of daily routine since the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
According to the report, users who are in the lockdown situation are increasingly using WhatsApp Video Calling and Messaging service, Although home-based employees are also using messaging applications to contact with their colleagues.
According to the report, WhatsApp reduced the user’s video status time by 30 seconds to 15 seconds, and now users are not able to upload any Whatsapp video status, which is more than 15 seconds.
You can no longer send videos to WhatsApp Status if they are longer than 16 seconds: only videos having a duration of 15 seconds will be allowed.
This is happening in India and it’s probably an initiative to reduce the traffic on the server infrastructures.
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The report says that this feature is currently being tested in India, which will soon be inflicted all over the world.