WhatsApp is testing audio and video calls on the web version
WhatsApp is testing audio and video calls on the web version

WABetaInfo specializes in WhatsApp beta functions. The website states that the instant messaging service is currently testing a feature that will allow web and desktop users to make audio and video calls.

WhatsApp, owned by the US social media giant Facebook, has been offering users of its voice and video calling app for several years. However, this feature is still not available to users of the web version used by users of mobile apps. Computers most of the time. .

Posting screenshots from the WABetaInfo website confirms testing of the audio and video calling functionality for the web version. This feature can be accessed through a browser or a desktop application that works independently of the browser. However, both require the phone to be connected to the Internet.

For users who are using WhatsApp to test new features, they will see a voice call button and a video call button next to the search button at the top of the chat. By clicking on these two buttons, you can place a call to the selected contact.

If the user is the recipient of the call, then in addition to the two buttons to answer or answer calls, a separate pop-up window will be displayed with connected contacts that includes the name and the profile picture.

If the user himself makes a voice or video call with one of his contacts, he will also see a popup, but the popup is small. In addition to the end call button and the button to display a private menu, there is also a button to mute the microphone volume and another button to activate the camera.

WhatsApp has not officially announced when the video and voice calling features will be launched for users of the web and desktop versions of the service. However, more tests are expected with users in the coming weeks.

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