WhatsApp is internally working to implement group voice calls!

Posted October 24, 2017

Over the years, there have been calls to improve some WhatsApp features like the Missed Calls problem where missed call notifications on Whatsapp pop up without your phone ever ringing.

Well with group video and voice calling rolled out, WhatsApp users will be able to talk to multiple friends at once.

The new test version of WhatsApp will have other interesting features as well including a smaller app size.

This is a fast article to inform you about a new internal WhatsApp project to implement in the next updates.

WABetaInfo recently tweeted about the tools, claiming that version 2.17.70 of the iOS app has very hidden references to group voice calls.

The report says that WhatsApp has announced high-end features for a better group administration. In the code, it was discovered that, calling someone who is already on another call, sends a request to the server in order to check whether the user is busy in another group call. In short WhatsApp users will very soon have Group Voice & Video Calling Feature in its 2.17.70 Beta version.

WhatsApp is also working on Unsend and Delete For Everyone features. The WhatsApp has also given an fantastic feature like one can update the 24-hour status apart from the static status. It also has a feature that will notify your friends when you change your number.

With this feature, the users will be able to recall or unsend texts, images, videos, GIFs, documents, quoted messages and even status replies within a five-minute window. In their latest surprise for the users, the messenger might introduce a group call feature to the application soon.

WhatsApp users should be happy to know that a new update has recently made available for download.

WhatsApp will also facilitate instant money transfer via the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) transaction system soon. Some other features that are expected from the Facebook-owned company is WhatsApp for iPad. The WhatsApp now has over 1.2 billion users and is available in 50 different languages of the world with 10 Indian languages on that list of 50 languages.