WhatsApp is said to be bringing two features to the app in a stable release in the near future, the first: it will attract those who regularly miss conference calls, while the second feature is likely to attract Google Pixel 4 users in particular.
As a hint from (WABetaInfo) described, users may soon be able to join the ongoing conference calls they missed through a new prompt. If a contact invites a user who is not available to make a call, that user can join or ignore the said ongoing call the next time they are called. It opens WhatsApp, a feature that appears to be aimed at simplifying conference calling. Functionally, this will also bring WhatsApp closer to Zoom and Skype apps that allow users to join in on ongoing calls as desired.
The future WhatsApp application in Android will also get a feature that first appeared on the iOS system. The fingerprint lock will be renamed to “biometric lock” and will be expanded to include face print and “other unique identifiers”, and the overall functionality of the feature remains the same. Where users can choose to lock the app automatically after a while, and they can unlock it using their fingerprint or face.
It’s a welcome feature for Android devices like the Pixel 4 that relies mainly on face, and those users should now be allowed to boost the security of the chat app further. It is not clear if other new authentication methods, such as LG’s Hand ID, will be supported.
There is no timeline for releasing these features for the stable versions of WhatsApp yet, but they may arrive soon.
According to the popular site (WABetaInfo), WhatsApp has begun testing a feature to make calls from its desktop app, as the feature includes support for voice and video calls for both individual contacts and groups. The screenshots published by (WABetaInfo) suggest that when you call someone via WhatsApp from the desktop, a new window will open with controls for managing the call. And since this feature is under development, we don’t know when WhatsApp will introduce call support in its desktop app.
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