WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature on the official beta channel on the Microsoft Store for Windows.

This new feature of Whatsapp says that a maximum of 32 people can make video calls simultaneously. And it’s available to some beta testers.

Earlier, Mark Zuckerberg announced on his Meta broadcast channel that Windows is going to bring updates like faster speed and improved calling to the application.

Where up to 8 people will get the benefit of video calling, and 32 people will get audio calling, its limit will be increased for better user experience and better communication in the next update. The 

As reported by WAbetainfo, WhatsApp has finally made a larger video calling experience available to some beta testers in its WhatsApp beta for Windows 2.2324.1.0 update.

Users can create video calls upto 32 people on WhatsApp beta for Windows



That is, in the latest beta update of WhatsApp, some beta testers for Windows applications are using a feature that allows video calling with a maximum of 32 people.
All Beta testers who are using the latest version of the whatsapp beta app on windows will see this feature. If you don’t have this feature, then it will be released for more users in the coming days.

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