Big change in WhatsApp video group call, now 8 people will talk simultaneously

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WhatsApp Messenger has confirmed that up to eight users can now participate in group calls simultaneously instead of four. This change was seen on the recently released Android and iPhone WhatsApp beta versions and now WhatsApp has officially announced this feature and has also informed that the increased group call user limit will be applicable for all users. When will it be released?

one on facebook Post In 2017, the social media giant’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced upcoming changes to WhatsApp group calls.

On his Facebook post, Zuckerberg wrote that (translated) “More than 700 million people use WhatsApp and Messenger to make calls. “Calling has doubled since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak in many countries.”

WhatsApp head Will Cathcart has also revealed in a tweet that these changes will be released for Android and iPhone users next week. Meaning, the next stable version update of WhatsApp will bring this new change and the users who download it will be able to do group calling with eight people instead of four.

In his Facebook post, Zuckerberg also announced several new features from other Facebook products and highlighted Messenger Rooms as well. Virtual Rooms are also being added to Facebook Messenger, which will allow users of the chat app to talk with more than 50 people at the same time.

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