WhatsApp has introduce a new feature to enhance the user experience for its 2.7 billion global users, particularly those on iOS for the time being.
The go-to hotspot for WhatsApp news and updates, WABetaInfo reports that the Meta-owned App is carrying out a better calling feature that permits users to connect calls with up to 31 people.
After introducing the most recent 23.21.72 update for iOS on the Application Store, you can include up to 31 people prior to starting a group call.
Before, WhatsApp will permit you to have bunch calls with up to 32 members, but there was a trick — you could pick 15 contacts at the start.
Now, with the most recent updates, you can plunge into group calls with the full 32 participants right from the get-go. It’s all about making the calling experience smoother and better.
For those who haven’t received this feature yet, it’s recommended to check for updates regularly on the App Store and the TestFlight app. Although the official changelog doesn’t specify the timeline for distribution, some accounts may receive the feature in the upcoming weeks.
The group call feature initially popped up in the WhatsApp for Android beta. So, it’s likely to roll out to Android users by now.
Not very far in the past, WhatsApp rolled out the ability to have two accounts logged in simultaneously within the official app. The company also announced that it will start passkeys support for Android users.
But that is not all, as last month, the Meta family, including WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram, welcomed a new AI Assistant that promises to provide users with real-time info and give them the ability to generate images from their text prompts in seconds.