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WhatsApp, the upcoming news

The developers of WhatsApp are always at work and although it seems to us that the application remains the same, in reality, there are small or large changes that escape our eyes. Closed the dark mode chapter that made its debut in March, now the developers are focusing on new features that will arrive shortly or that have already arrived for a few weeks. The outbreak of the pandemic and the boom in all messaging apps have focused on WhatsApp’s efforts on some very useful new tools. Here are all the news on the app

WhatsApp, video call limit increased to 8 participants

The most important news concerns the new limit for group calls and video calls which has been increased to eight. It may seem like a minor change, but in reality, it is not so, especially at this time where millions of people use WhatsApp to video call parents, grandchildren, children and relatives scattered throughout Italy. The previous limit was four people and was considered somewhat limiting by users. WhatsApp has listened to the feedback and in a short time has increased the maximum number of people who can participate in video calls. For the moment the functionality is only available in the beta version of WhatsApp for Android and iOS, but soon it should be released for everyone.

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