WhatsApp seems to be planning to bring audio and video calls for grouping chats. You can now use the popular messaging program to ring up your unique contacts, but the voice and video phone options only appear inside one-on one conversations. There is also no option to add more individuals to an ongoing call. Facebook Messenger allows group calls already, but the exact same functionality could prove a lot more popular on WhatsApp, as the caliber of calls made via it tends to be far better.

Nevertheless, it might also prove extremely annoying, particularly if you are busy whilst other folks in the group chat are free, bored and looking to cause mischief. WABetaInfo, that has expected the move for a while, seen a subtle reference to the upcoming features in a latest WhatsApp blog article. The business announced the conduct of live location tracking last week. Facebook is additionally working on a group video chat program called Bonfire, but it is only accessible to a small number of users right now. According to WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp voice call function should be launched before the group video call option. But it may not appear before the close of the year because the features still require a good deal of development, and WhatsApp has other priorities, right today. One of those priorities is said to be the much expected unsend, feature, which will allow you remember messages you have sent, in a five minute window.

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