The new group voice call feature will revamp the user interface of the app By voice waveform during a group voice call

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is enabling a new experience for its users while placing group voice calls. The Meta-owned instant messaging app has started to roll out the new group voice call feature to certain beta testers. However, it will be expanding the new feature to more users in the coming weeks.

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The new group voice call feature

The new group voice call feature will revamp the interface of the app window by bringing voice waveforms for all participants during a group voice call. In the new design of group calls, the profiles of the contacts will be more visual. When the communication is established, the profiles of the participants will be seen on the screen as cards in different colours. Moreover, the person speaking on the call will stand out, along with the voice waves from the microphone.

According to WABetainfo, although the changes in the design are quite minimal, they do give the app a refreshed new look. It is pertinent to mention here that another feature to improve the interface for voice calls is already enabled in this iOS beta, which includes the ability to use wallpaper for voice calls. However, there’s no way to customize these at the moment, but, the Meta-owned platform will likely tweak the feature in the coming weeks.

WhatsApp for Windows get dark mode support

The WhatsApp beta app for Windows 10 and 11 is getting a significant update that adds dark mode support. The app will follow your system theme by default, but you can set it to be permanently light or dark depending on your preference. WhatsApp windows UI is also tweaked a bit, with the search box, message list items, and message bubbles all having rounded corners in the latest version.

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