Video calling received a massive boost in 2020 as the pandemic made it impossible to see each other in person.
And he began Implementation WhatsApp is working on this by expanding video calling capabilities within mobile apps, as the web version of the app has taken longer.
The web version of the WhatsApp application is an important addition to those who use WhatsApp frequently, and this means there is no need to access the phone and respond while working on a computer.
The huge lack of calls, especially for businesses, was one of the major flaws for a while within the web version of the service.
This resulted in users skipping the web version of WhatsApp and using Google Meet or Zoom services.
WhatsApp appears I decided Finally making video and voice calls an option, which likely means that the service wants to retain its users and restore users who have switched to competing services.
WhatsApp confirmed that the feature will be launched this year, as it has been working for two years or so to implement calls via the web version, but there is always a need to contact the phone.
However, it is still mostly in the beta phase, andSome users saw that they could actually use video calling, but it hasn’t been implemented globally yet.
The function works like calls via the mobile app, opening a window for the user when making a call to accept or reject the call.
The web version also allows users to disable the functionality completely if they prefer.
WhatsApp offers beta calls to specific users, but because it is an experimental feature, it is available to very few people.
– WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) January 21, 2021