Do you know you can now stream Whatsapp Videos shared to you or those in groups, without having to firstly download them, as it was
traditionally? Before this new feature, you could only watch a video once the download is completed on Whatsapp.

But now WhatsApp has just added a new feature in their recent update that would allow you to stream a video while it's downloading, but the new streaming feature works in multiple ways. If you have your app set up to automatically download media when you get it, the video will start downloading to your device when it arrives and you will see
the progress meter in the bottom left of the display, as usual. Now,
however, even before that video has downloaded, you will be able to
start watching it. Then, once the download has completed, the progress bar will be replaced with a video duration indicator.

However, if you do not have the app set up to automatically download
media, you will still see the play button and will be able to stream the video when it arrives, but it will not actually download to your device automatically. To make that happen, you need to tap on the download button on the bottom left-hand corner of the display.
For this new feature to take effect, you must update your Whatsapp to recent version from Google Play store or any other downloading platforms.