Users will be able to multitask while on a WhatsApp call thanks to this new feature without the video pausing.
According to WABetaInfo on Saturday, the messaging service WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, has pushed out a new feature for the iOS version of the program. The App Store currently offers the most recent stable update for use with version 23.3.77. All iPhone users now have access to the instant messaging app’s picture-in-picture mode for video calls mode for video calls on the instant messaging app.
Users will be able to multitask during a WhatsApp call with this new functionality without their video pausing.
Although WhatsApp’s formal announcement, some users are still unable to access it. According to the changelog on the App Store, users will be able to access the functionality over the next few weeks, according to the WhatsApp news tracker.
The WhatsApp beta for iOS 184.108.40.206 update also brought longer group subjects and descriptions, which make it easier to describe your groups, according to the app tracking website. “In addition, this update enables you to use some other features: the ability to attach a caption to your documents and longer group subjects and descriptions,” it added.
WhatsApp previously disclosed that it is developing a feature for the business community. In a future version, it will add communities to the WhatsApp Business app, making it simpler to manage connected groups collectively.
Users of the commercial edition of the app will be able to build, administer, and use communities through this app. This app is still being developed, thus it has not yet been made available to beta testers.
According to the app tracking website, “Users will be able to browse a list of all the communities they previously formed and joined, including all of their subgroups and community announcement groups, when they access ‘Communities’ right within this menu.
Also, this will enable companies to build a new community in this area much like they can on the customer app.
This feature will be revealed later.