WhatsApp group voice and video calls feature have been rolled for all iPhone and Android users globally. The group support is available for both video and audio call formats. The company states that its users spend over 2 billion minutes on calls per day.More news: (Update) Husker Coach Scott Frost Burglarized
WhatsApp states that group calls are always end-to-end encrypted.
WhatsApp has supported video calling since 2016, but calls were, until now, limited to two participants. The company also claims to have designed calling to work reliably around the world in different network conditions.More news: Sessions: US culture 'less hospitable to people of faith'
On the top right corner, you will see an icon to add more participants to the call.
The video call will break into four mini screens of each member in the call. In any case, you should be able to start a group call after grabbing the latest version of the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. This means a user can add three contacts, and the total participants will be four, including the user. Once the call gets connected, an Add Person icon is shown on the top right, above the names of the recipient.More news: Viral video of Paris woman assaulted after confronting sexual harassment triggers investigation
You can choose one contact at a time from your list. While beta users could engage in group calls with non-beta users the former couldn't make calls from their end. A third participant can be added in a similar manner. WhatsApp group audio call can be started in a similar way.