WhatsApp is the most popular social media application. It has more than 1 billion downloads in Google Play Store and 4.7-star ratings based on 50 million users review. We all know that WhatsApp provides lots of features. Every month WhatsApp developers provide the latest features.
In that way, WhatsApp is working on adding a new call step it’s the desktop version to make it easier for you to make calls with a desktop app. It is one of the coolest features. Everyone wants to make calls via the WhatsApp desktop app. It will come after WhatsApp allowed users to contact calls on its desktop app last year.
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Testing a calls tab on WhatsApp desktop:
Our technical team gathered information from WABeataInfo. The recent report reveals that WhatsApp beta for Windows update has introduced the new call step in the sidebar which is also being beta tested as of now.
With the help of this new section people to easily start their voice or video call on and even view the call history. It will also provide information related to calls by trapping on the calling card.
Of course, this update does not show the call history of all the synced devices. This new tested section also revealed that calls made by a desktop app may also not be displayed on the smartphone. This feature is expected to change in the future when the update becomes more stable.
We all know that recall audio and video calls on WhatsApp for desktops were introduced last year. With the help of this feature, you can easily resize the call window and even use portrait and landscape. This feature is currently available for individual chats and does not work with the group.
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Screen lock feature:
The WhatsApp developer team also testing your new screen lock feature for its desktop version. It is extra layer security of for this app. It allows you to secure the app with a passcode whenever you use it. This feature also supports fingerprint scanning
Keep in touch with us we will let you know whenever these features are officially rolled out. So stay tuned and share your thoughts in the comments below.