Wednesday, October 4

WhatsApp is testing a voice chat feature for groups that has similar features to Discord.

The popularity of WhatsApp has increased significantly this year, with the introduction of several new features that have been long-awaited. The Meta-owned platform introduced the ability to edit sent messages and, for the first time, users can use WhatsApp offline through the Proxy feature. This is done to prevent users from switching to other instant messaging services like Telegram and Signal. With a user count of over 2 billion, WhatsApp appears to have taken over SMS as the primary form of messaging worldwide.

WhatsApp is preparing to tackle Discord with a new feature that will simplify the process of making group calls! Get more information about this exciting addition.

Voice recordings on WhatsApp.

WhatsApp’s popular feature, voice calling, enables users to call anyone remotely over the internet for free, regardless of location. This functionality is also available with groups of up to 32 participants, but leaving them on the phone ends the conversation. However, this feature could be added soon as WhatsApp prepares to introduce Voice chats in its app.

According to a report by WABetaInfo, the feature works similarly to Discord’s group chats, allowing users to join groups without calling their own phones. This feature also allows up to 32 participants to participate in synchronous conversations at once.

The report states that users can start the voice chat by seeing a new waveform banner and tapping it on their screen. Additionally, they will also receive notified push notifications when someone starts chatting with them. If there are no participants, the conversation will end after 60 minutes.

When will it be released?

The WhatsApp beta for Android has introduced the new voice chat feature, which is available to beta users who wish to test its functionality and bug or glitches first. Beta users are given a chance to try it out before the community can receive any features.

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