WhatsApp’s New Update Allows Up to 32 Person on Group Calls

WhatsApp new features allows 32 person on group calls
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WhatsApp has released a new update for users in select countries, bringing the ability to add up to 32 participants on group calls. As spotted by WaBetaInfo, the update is currently rolling out on iOS with a new update version of 22.8.80.

Previously, the messaging application allowed a maximum of 8 people for group calls, which has now been increased to four times in the latest update. The changelog for the latest WhatsApp reads “Group calls now supports up to 32 participants and includes an updated interface with a social audio layout, speaker highlight and waveforms.”

The latest WhatsApp update with the ability to add 32 person on group calls is reportedly currently limited to iOS users. Android users can expect the feature to start rolling out on their devices in the coming weeks.

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WhatsApp 32 person group calls feature

As shown above in the screenshot, the update also brings a new layout for group calls, where each user have their own space. The update also includes a refreshed design for voice message bubbles and contact information. Some minor changes have been made to the way you can access favourite media in Gallery.

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In addition to this, a couple of new WhatsApp features are also on the way. It includes a community tab and emoji reactions. The community feature will help users to orgazine multiple groups under one roof. WhatsApp is working on the ability to allow users to share files up to 2TB. Currently, you can send files with up to 100MB in size.


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