WhatsApp Now supports video chats for 32 people, and the Communities feature has gone global

WhatsApp Now supports video chats for 32 people, and the Communities feature has gone global

WhatsApp Now supports video chats for 32 people, and the Communities feature has gone global

The popular messaging app owned by Meta WhatsApp today received quite a few new feature additions, along with global design To feature new communities.

WhatsApp Now supports video chats for 32 people, and the Communities feature has gone global
Communities are designed to allow people to group separate groups together under one umbrella, providing users with a way to receive updates sent to an entire community, and then organize smaller discussion groups around important topics.

An example of a use case could be for parents in a school to create an inclusive “school” community, which is divided into smaller groups based on grade and other factors. WhatsApp first started testing communities in AprilAnd now it is gradually being rolled out all over the world.

The encrypted chat platform has also gained in-chat polls, something that has been in beta testing since then Walk. Users can now ask a survey question and group members can choose from predefined answers. Like chats, polls are end-to-end encrypted, meaning that only people in the group can see the poll and the results.

In addition, video calls can now have up to 32 participants, and the maximum group size has been doubled from 512 to 1024 users.

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WhatsApp has been improving the group chat experience over the past few years in an effort to keep up with competing platforms, offering group descriptions, a catch-up feature, a one-way messaging option, and protection for users who are frequently added to groups they have left.

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