WhatsApp Testing Voice to Video Call Switch, Mute a Video Features
After most anticipated ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature, Facebook owned WhatsApp has been spotted testing a slew of new and innovative user-friendly features.
WhatsApp Testing Voice to Video Call Switch Feature
The first and foremost among all is an easy switch from voice calls to video call, even while having a call in progress. As per WABetaInfo, a website that keeps tab on Beta versions of apps, WhatsApp is working on a new button that will allow to users to quickly switch from voice to video call without stopping the voice call in progress.
Tipster website tweeted on 16 November that they spotted the feature in WhatsApp beta for Android 2.17.163 version. However, users can reject upcoming video call if they want.
Alongside, WhatsApp is also seen testing feature that will allow to directly muting a video. Another super thrilling feature that WhatsApp is planning to bring in the latest beta version update is group voice calls.
To recall, WhatsApp last month released its most anticipated feature ‘Delete for Everyone’ that allows users to revoke their messages in case they sent those to a wrong person or a group.
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