Big change in WhatsApp, now 8 people will be able to do video chat in group call simultaneously

by nativetechdoctor
2 minutes read

There has been much debate that the WhatsApp instant messaging application will soon introduce very special and useful features for users. At the same time, the company officially announced that the group chat limit on WhatsApp will be extended until next week. So far, 4 people can be added to video calls on WhatsApp. At the same time, this limit will be raised to 8 next week. Or Pokemon can talk to 8 people simultaneously on WhatsApp until next week.

By the way, WhatsApp has been working on this feature for a long time and now the company has informed through its official Twitter account that the group calling limit is now going to double and soon this feature will be rollout. And now users will be able to add 8 people to group calling. This feature will be available on both Android and iOS platforms.

On Facebook’s blog post, the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has also announced changes to the WhatsApp group call feature. Mark Zuckerberg says that ‘Daily calls to WhatsApp and Messenger are more than 700 million activities. In view of the problem of Covid-19 in many countries, we have decided to double the calling. After this, users will be able to video chat with 8 people simultaneously instead of 4 on WhatsApp. This feature will be very convenient for users during lockdown.

By the way, Facebook has recently launched the Messenger Rooms feature. The feature of this feature is that it can connect up to 50 people for video calling simultaneously. For this, users will have to create a chat room and the host will have complete control of this chat room.

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