This WhatsApp upgrade lets you receive or make calls without disclosing your number


Mark Zuckerberg said that WhatsApp will soon have a new feature that will make both voice and video calls better.

WhatsApp will make it easier to make phone calls. Mark Zuckerberg said on Facebook that the app will let you make a link to start a call, both audio and video, and send it to the people you want to join. Of course, you can also join meetings that other people have set up if you get the link to do so.

This new feature is very easy to use. All you have to do is go to the “Calls” tab and tap on “Create call link.” Once you’ve done this, you can send it to the people you want without too many problems.

The CEO of Meta said that this feature will be added to WhatsApp this week, but we don’t think that all users will get it at the same time. It’s important to note that only people with the latest versions of the iOS and Android apps will be able to use it. So make sure it is up to date or keep an eye out for updates in the App Store or the Play Store.

Mark Zuckerberg on WhatsApp call link

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Zuckerberg also brought up the fact that WhatsApp has started testing group video calls with up to 32 people. This is an interesting fact. In any case, we don’t know much about it, and we’ve been told that we’ll find out more later.

The truth is that WhatsApp keeps adding cool new features, and a few more are likely to come out soon. Starting this month, the messaging app will enable group admins decide whether to let new users join. In addition, participants will be able to leave a group without their communication being recorded.

Soon, the platform will add a feature that lets us send messages to ourselves, just like Telegram does. In the near future, the platform will offer Communities, a center where chat groups may be administered.

This last feature is one of the most-wanted and has been promised since last year. But there are still no details about when it will be available. We’ll keep an eye on the news.

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