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WhatsApp: How to make group calls of up to 32 people |  Technique

WhatsApp: How to make group calls of up to 32 people | Technique

The The WhatsApp Released a new limit on in-app voice calls. Users can now make conference calls with up to 32 people at the same time.

The novelty came in an app update for iOS and Android. Until then, the maximum capacity for voice calls in the application was 8 participants.

The The WhatsApp He also changed the appearance of calls to make it easier to chat between multiple people. Feature available from iOS version 22.8.80 (for iPhone) and 2.22.8.79 on Android.

WhatsApp allows voice calls with up to 32 people – Image: Disclosure

Before, the company has already announced news Facilitate the exchange of voice messages on WhatsAppLike the option to listen to messages outside the conversation window, speed up and audio recordings.

Check out the steps to start a call with up to 32 people in the app:

  • Click the “Calls” button at the bottom of the application;
  • At the top of the screen, select the phone icon, next to it is a “+” (plus);
  • Choose the option “New conference call” and add contacts;
  • Select the phone icon to start the call.

It is still possible to start a voice call directly from groups. In this case, just click on the phone icon and select the people you want to talk to.

Important details: It is only possible to add numbers to a voice chat already saved in the address book.

Modernity is part of news package Which was revealed by the popular messaging app a few weeks ago.

Soon, app users will be able to reply to a conversation using only emojis, as is already possible on Facebook, share files up to 2GB and group admins will be able to delete messages from conversations.

What has changed in the news announced by WhatsApp – Photo: Kayan Albertin / Arte g1

It is already being tested for some users and should start working worldwide later this year, but in Brazil, only after the elections.

Learn about the new features of WhatsApp

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