WhatsApp Web Users to Get this Assistance Soon – Know more here

Alan Radding

Updated · Feb 22, 2022

WhatsApp Web Users to Get this Assistance Soon – Know more here

WhatsApp is believed to be rolling out video and voice calling for users of all Web as well as Desktop users. The feature is expected to be a gradual introduction. That means in the event that you don't have it yet, the new features for calling will be accessible to all within the next few days.

WhatsApp has been testing desktop and web-based calling for a long time. The Meta-owned instant messaging service has announced calling capabilities for users who use the internet to the world for the very first time the month of October in 2020. The previous year, these capabilities were released to a select group of beta users. According to a report from the past the long-awaited voice as well as video calling capabilities are now accessible to everyone who uses the service.

Since several years for a long time, video and voice calling functions have been made available in the mobile app. The messaging application competes with the existing video calling apps like Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams along with Google Meet, among others by introducing calling features to its desktop and web versions. According to reports from recent times the messaging app is also working on the option of group calls for desktop and online users.

How to make video/voice calls via WhatsApp Web:

WhatsApp hasn't announced the date when the video and voice calling feature will be made accessible to desktop and browser users. Users will have to update to the latest version of WhatsApp Web as well as Desktop applications once the new features are available. Follow these steps to make calls on the internet:

Step 1: Go to Step 1: Visit the WhatsApp site or download the WhatsApp application.

2 Step: In order to set up an account on WhatsApp account you must scan your QR code.

Step 3. Click on the chat box of the person you'd like to contact.

Step 4: At the upper-right edge of your screen click the video or voice call icon.

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