Tuesday, June 25, 2024

WhatsApp supports calls with up to 15 people for Android users

The popular messaging platform, WhatsApp, has updated its group video call feature for users on Android. Now, when starting a new group video call, WhatsApp users can include up to 15 participants, which is a substantial improvement over the previous limit of seven participants for initiating such calls.

This update will be released to WhatsApp users on Android as it is still in the beta testing phase. Android users who are interested can update their app to the specified beta versions to enjoy the increased group video call capacity of 15 users. It can be discovered in the WhatsApp beta for Android version 2.23.15.14.

To start a group video call with 15 people on WhatsApp, users can open the calls tab in WhatsApp and tap on the create call button at the top. Then, WhatsApp users can select the option to initiate a new group video call and choose the desired participants from their contact list.

Also,Read- WhatsApp Beta for Android 2.23.13.4: What’s New

The updated initial participant limit of 15 users streamlines the experience, making group video conversations smoother and more inclusive. After the call is initiated, WhatsApp group calls for Android users can support up to 32 people in total. If Android users are eager to try out new WhatsApp features before their official release, they can join WhatsApp’s beta program. 

In conclusion, the new WhatsApp feature that supports up to 15 people for group calls on Android is extremely useful. It will only be a matter of time before all Android users on WhatsApp can have access to it.

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