p Joining the ranks of fellow end-to-end encryption messengers WhatsApp and Signal, Telegram just announced support for short video messages.
In addition to the ability to record short clips, the company is also launching a dedicated video hosting platform where users can freely share content with followers.
The best thing is that Telescope – as it is called – lets practically anyone follow your feed, no registration required.
All videos uploaded to Telescope will get public URLs so you can further share your clips with your friends and acquaintances.
Here’s how you can send a video message:
To send a video message, go to any chat on Telegram and tap the mic icon to switch to camera mode.