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WhatsApp has decided to roll back its decision to limit the time limit of status videos, after which people can now upload videos up to 30 seconds in their status. In March, WhatsApp reduced the time limit for these videos to a maximum of 15 seconds. Videos longer than 30 seconds will be continuously split into different statuses, just like it used to be. This change was implemented only in India, reportedly to reduce the load on WhatsApp’s servers during the lockdown. However, now this decision has been withdrawn.

This information to roll back the decision to upload video status up to 30 seconds was first published by WABetaInfo in WhatsApp Android Beta v2.20.166 version seen Was. This feature should now be visible to all users with the latest update. The report also informs that Google may release this WhatsApp update on a user-specific basis and you may not see it immediately on the Play Store.

WABetaInfo also states that you will only be able to upload 30 seconds of video once you download the latest beta update, but this may be released as a server-side update for older versions as well. users APKMirror You can also update the latest beta by yourself.

After installing the latest WhatsApp Beta 2.20.166, users will be able to upload videos of up to 30 seconds on their status. If the video is longer than 30 seconds, the app will simply show a prompt, informing users that the video will be trimmed to the first 30 seconds. When this feature will be released on the stable version, it has not been informed at the moment.

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