WhatsApp has a new feature. Today, it is adding a new feature that will change its calling section and make calls to the platform even easier. As previously expected, it will now become part of a group call in the middle of nowhere.
A feature called Joinable Call will allow you to easily join a group call that you missed, something that has not yet been found. Here’s how it works
Join the WhatsApp call you missed now
If you get a group audio or video call on WhatsApp and you miss it, you don’t have to join it manually or ask anyone else to join. You can view the call in the Calls tab and join it with one tap (it’s still running) no more hassle.
WhatsApp has also added a new call info screen that will show all parts of the call and even those who were not invited.
This feature will also be helpful in situations when you want to intentionally ignore a call. You can tap the Ignore option and add it later via the Call tab.
In the case of platform messages, these calls will be encrypted from end to end, so your security and privacy are expected to be in safe hands.
The new feature previously identified in the beta version of WhatsApp will be accessible to users from today.
Calling WhatsApp is pretty easy if you don’t know it. If you’re doing this through a group, go to a specific group> tap on the audio call or video call icon> and you’re good to go. The same procedure can be followed for individual chats.
Whether you want to manage individual or group calls manually, you can also go to the Call tab, select the new call icon, select the person (s) you want to add the call to, and you’re good to go.