It's taken WhatsApp quite a while to catch up, but it's good to see the company addressing the feature deficit.
"The service will allow users to make a group call with up to four people at a time and will be available on WhatsApp's Android and iPhone versions".
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As I noted before, limiting calls to just four people means you can't use it with large groups of friends and family; in contrast, iOS 12's FaceTime allows for up to 32 people at once.
That's why group support on WhatsApp is so important to so many - and now you can enjoy it on Android and iOS starting today. WhatsApp has introduced a dedicated button for group calls dubbed "add participant". It's unclear which version of the app is required for group calls, but updating to the latest version is always recommended.
The feature is going to be very easy to use as it will automatically show up on the notifications panel whenever a user receives a certain amount of messages from a particular user. Click on "add participant" icon on the call screen to add participants.
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Do note that group calls have a four-member limit, so you can't conduct a large-scale meeting via this route.
In order to start a group call, start a video or voice call with one of the contacts. Its video calls, like other messages sent within the app, are end-to-end encrypted by default, for one thing.
Video calls have been supported by WhatsApp since 2016, but until now they were limited to two participants.
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