Whatsapp, a social media messaging application owned by Meta, has been in the news for a while. The platform is constantly experimenting with new features, which has resulted in it being featured in the news. The company was recently seen testing a tool that allows users to rapidly generate polls within their groups.
According to reports, the company is working on new WhatsApp Groups features, which should be available in the next weeks. While certain features are still in beta, it has started rolling out a new stable version update for iOS that includes support for 32-person talks, an overhauled call user interface, waveforms, and other enhancements. Let’s take a closer look at the new update, as well as the new features, modifications, and everything else we know so far.
Users of WhatsApp can make simultaneous group phone calls with several people. A group voice discussion could previously hold up to eight people, but the app is now rolling out an update that allows up to 32 individuals to participate, a four-fold increase.
WhatsApp Groups would allow for voice calls with up to 32 participants. It has changed the way call participants appear on the screen to better suit its users.
Different users are identified via waveform graphics. Version 22.8.80 of the update is available for iPhones and is 109.7MB in size.
Although WhatsApp has increased the number of participants for group voice calls, the desktop client does not have this capability. This new feature has been present on Telegram for some time, and it’s a useful addition for WhatsApp users.
According to a recent source, WhatsApp is also developing a new Polls feature that would be limited to its groups. The feature, which was spotted in the WhatsApp beta for iOS 18.104.22.168, would allow users to create polls within groups quickly. WhatsApp is also rumored to be testing the ability for users to limit their last seen status to only particular contacts.
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