WhatsApp Group Calling Become Simpler, Here’s How

WhatsApp Group Calling Become Simpler

Are you a WhatsApp Beta users? If you are then I have a great news for you.  

WhatsApp has introduced a new feature for its Android beta users. This new feature will make easier for them to make group calls. 

WBBetainfo tells in their twitter handle that WhatsApp will roll out a new group calling features in the update version 2.18.370 for its Android user.

For starting a video call, you need to tap on an icon that will be placed in the top right corner. After tapping on the icon, you will see a list of participants in the group expects people who are not in your contact list. When you selected the contacts, it will ask to choose the types of the call between a video call or voice call. 

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The current process of the group call is very complicated. Currently, to start a group call, you need to do a normal call and then add other contacts in the call. 

The same type of group call icon was introduced in iOS bets users in the last month with the version of 2.18.110.17. Besides, this update also includes a fix for:   

  • an issue where opening a chat may unconsciously trigger haptic feedback.         
  • an issue where GIFS may stop playing.
  • an issue when installing stickers pack and sending stickers.
  • some location issues when chatting with business. 
  • a problem when you want to add or remove admin. 
  • a bug when searching for contacts, chats and messages.                                                                        

Recently, it is also said that the WhatsApp also roll out o Striker support for both iOS and Android users. Now, users can use various strikers packs in the WhatsApp application. WBBetainfo marked the search option while using strikers. 

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