Finally, WhatsApp users can now engage in a group video or voice calls following an update of the messaging app a few weeks ago.
So, if you’re on iOS or Android app, just update your WhatsApp and then enjoy the service.
To get connected, you’ll need to start a one-on-one voice or video call with a contact, and then tap the ‘add participant’ button at the top right of your screen.
Earlier this year, WhatsApp announced that it has 1.5 billion monthly active users, so there’s probably quite a few people who are itching to try the new group calling feature out.
WhatsApp first launched video chatting in 2016 and voice calling way back in 2014, and now its users spend a total of 2 billion minutes per day talking on the phone.
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