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WhatsApp Elevates User Experience: Windows App to Support 32-Person Video Calls

The upcoming upgrade to the WhatsApp for Windows app will support video calling for up to 32 participants.
The existing app supports group video calls with a maximum of eight participants.
The new functionality is presently under development and has been made available to selected beta testers.
Users of WhatsApp on both smartphones and Windows PCs may have observed that the Windows version of WhatsApp lacks some features found on the smartphone app.

Meta, the parent company of WhatsApp, is working to rectify this disparity by introducing new features to WhatsApp for Windows, such as photo-editing and sticker suggestions.
Additionally, Meta is developing features like the ‘view once’ option for WhatsApp for Windows, which allows users to send photos and videos that vanish once viewed by the recipient.
According to a recent report by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is developing another feature for the Windows app that will support video calling for up to 32 participants.
The WhatsApp for Windows app currently allows group audio calls with up to 32 people. The latest update, version 2.2324.1.0, available on the Microsoft Store, allows some beta testers to experiment with larger group video calls.

WhatsApp for Windows app users may receive a prompt encouraging them to try out the new group calling feature.
Some users might receive a different message indicating they can video call 16 participants and share screen content during the call.
The In-App Chat Support feature, a new addition to the Windows app, allows users to communicate with company representatives directly within a WhatsApp chat to resolve queries and complaints.

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