WhatsApp administration has begun work on a new feature for users around the world, which will allow more people to join in video calling simultaneously.
According to a report released by GSM Arena, WhatsApp has introduced video calling facility with up to 8 people simultaneously, which has been used experimentally in the first beta version.
While online shopping and other trends have increased during lockdown around the world, people have also started spending more time on social media.
In this context, the WhatsApp administration is working to involve more people in video calling, keeping in mind the convenience of the user.
Earlier, only 4 people could talk in WhatsApp video calling. However, this feature is currently in beta, it will take some time to reach the general public. This feature can be used on upgraded versions of Android phones.
WhatsApp currently serves more than 2 billion users around the world.
So the Facebook-owned chat app likely wants to prevent these users from flooding away to rival apps.