WhatsApp to Get Group Voice & Video Calling Feature Soon

WhatsApp to Get Group Voice & Video Calling Feature Soon

WhatsApp's reportedly working on enabling group video and voice calls for iOS and Android, 2 in-demand features which have been rumored for a while. However, the group video calling is mentioned only once and in all likelihood, the feature may be added at a much later stage.

The WaBetaInfo Twitter account has become the go to place to get the lowdown on new WhatsApp features before they are made available in the full version of the app. Earlier, WABetaInfo said "The 2.17.70 iOS update has very hidden references to group calls!"

This is a fast article to inform you about a new internal WhatsApp project to implement in the next updates.

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According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp's group voice calls feature should roll out before the group video calls option.

The latest feature will soon make its way to most of the smartphones, but as of now, the group calling code for WhatsApp has been spotted in the latest beta version for the iPhone app. More importantly, there will also be a feature which would prevent the group creator from being deleted by other members. But now, WaBetaInfo, a site that tests new WhatsApp features notes that the feature is being tested and will soon be rolled out to those who use a beta version of WhatsApp.

According to WABetaInfo, the messaging app is finally testing the "Delete for Everyone" feature. Recently WhatsApp was found testing the business profile feature, the one that allows business owners to communicate directly with the customers. The WhatsApp will also notify if someone changes their WhatsApp number to a different number.

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WhatsApp recently introduced a "Live Location" in their latest beta update with the help of which the friends will be able to track each other in real-time through the application. The users will now be able to add other users while being on an active audio call. This feature will be called "Delete for Everyone".

"The server finally works and it successfully recalls the message". Apparently, it has been partially confirmed, that there will be group video calls in the upcoming or later update.

WhatsApp will also facilitate instant money transfer via the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) transaction system soon.

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