WhatsApp Web Will Soon Support Voice and Video Calls

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INTRO: Whatsapp is preparing to feature a few of much-needed improvements to WhatsApp Web. With the recent version 2.2043.7 update, the company has started working on adding support for voice and video calls via the web version.

The upcoming calls support on WhatsApp Web was first spotted by WABetaInfo. As per its reports, voice and video calls are not limited to private chats. The messaging platform will support group voice and video calls on the online also .

Once the feature goes live, you’ll see two new buttons within the top bar. As you’ll see below, these buttons are going to be placed to the left of the search button. The beta append the icon indicates that the feature remains within the works and isn’t ready for clock time .

whatsapp web call buttons

WaBetaInfo has also managed to enable the feature to take a few screenshots of the interface. When you receive a call via WhatsApp Web, you’ll see a pop-up window with options to simply accept , decline, or ignore the decision .
whatsapp web incoming call

whatsapp web incoming call

WhatsApp is getting to add a comparatively smaller and compact window when you’re initiating a call through WhatsApp Web. This includes the video call button, mic button, hang up button, and therefore the choice to view the status of the decision .
whatsapp web outgoing call

whatsapp web outgoing call

Adding support for voice and video calls on the web is undoubtedly a smart move at the time of the coronavirus pandemic where users across the globe are relying on these services more than ever. However, we will have to wait until WhatsApp officially rolls out the feature to all users to actually see how useful this turns out to be.

Featured Image Courtesy: WABetaInfo

Adding support for voice and video calls on the online is undoubtedly a sensible move at the time of the coronavirus pandemic where users across the world are counting on these services more than ever. However, we will have to wait until WhatsApp officially rolls out the feature to all users to actually see how useful this turns out to be.

Featured Image Courtesy: WABetaInfo

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