Group calling in WhatsApp Messenger has been around for quite a while now, and with the newest update released for the app, it becomes a lot simpler. Before giving you all of the details about it, below is the changelog for version 2.19.118 that has been posted on the Play Store and on which you should take a glimpse at.
- It’s now easier to start group voice and video calls. Just tap the call button in groups or select "New group call" when starting a new call in the calls tab. Group calls support up to 4 participants.
As said in the release notes for the aforementioned update, it is now much easier to start a group call. You have to go to the calls tab, hit the green FAB button below, select the participants and then choose whether you would like to start a voice call or do a video chat instead. The maximum number of participants allowed in group calls is four, the caller included.
This feature is currently in a staged rollout so it may take some time for it to hit your devices. Meanwhile, please, be patient and stay tuned to TestingCatalog for our daily update reports and valuable tips for app testers.
Source: Google Play
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