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How to share over 30-seconds WhatsApp Status videos

07 February 2018 3

WhatsApp Status is a good feature which allows users to share what they are up to with all their contacts on the platform without having to send it to each of them manually. It supports photos, videos, and GIFs but has a limitation that you can't send a video clip over 30-seconds long as the status. It can be a deal breaker for you if your desired video runs beyond the limitation.

If you have been looking for a solution or a workaround for this problem, this tutorial is for you. Here is an easy-to-use third-party app which will make it possible for you to share over 30-seconds WhatsApp Status videos with ease. So let's get started.

Step 1: Download and install WhatsCut Pro+ app on your Android device.

Step 2: Launch the app and straight away, it will show you a grid of all the videos available on your device. Select the video you want to share.


Step 3: The selected video will be opened in a new interface. You can choose whether you want to share the complete video or only a particular portion of it. The two markers present in the video-editing area needs to be used for selecting the portion. Tap the Green sharing icon once you are done.


Step 4: This will start the processing and take you to the official WhatsApp app. From here, you can either choose to share trimmed videos as statuses or send them privately to selected contacts.


This way, you can share more than 30-seconds long WhatsApp Status videos with ease. If you have any questions or doubts, feel free to ask them in the comments section below.


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