You'll be able to video call with up to 32 people on WhatsApp for Windows

The features are gradually rolling out to users.

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Have you heard the latest buzz about WhatsApp? They’ve taken our group calls and video chats and turned them into something straight out of a sci-fi movie. WhatsApp is rolling out some massive improvements to calling on all platforms, and let me tell you, it sounds like a game-changer.

Whether you’re glued to your desktop or can’t live without your mobile, these updates will make your experience much smoother.

First, imagine video calling with up to 32 people. Yes, you heard that right. Video calling is not just for those rare family gatherings anymore; it’s perfect for work meetings or catching up with all your friends at once.

And for those times when you’re trying to share a hilarious video or a new song, WhatsApp’s got you covered with the ability to share audio while screen sharing. It’s like being in the same room, even miles apart.

Now, let’s talk quality. We’ve all been there—straining to hear over background noise or dealing with a pixelated video that looks like a 90s game. WhatsApp is introducing a new codec to tackle these issues head-on.

Expect crisper audio and clearer video, even if your internet connection struggles. It’s all about making your calls as smooth as silk, no matter where or what device you use.

But wait, there’s more. Ever been in a group call, trying to figure out who’s talking? WhatsApp’s new speaker spotlight feature is like having a virtual spotlight, making it crystal clear who’s holding the floor. These little things can turn a chaotic group call into an organized discussion.

Meta, the powerhouse behind WhatsApp, is gradually rolling out these calling features over the next few weeks. They’re keeping mum on which regions will get the updates first, but it’s only a matter of time before everyone enjoys these enhancements. So, if you want to get ready to call your friends and family on WhatsApp from your Windows device, you can download and install it now.

What do you think? Will these updates change the way you use WhatsApp, or is there something else you’d like to see in the future?

Let’s chat in the comments below.

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