The world is quickly converting to digital platforms. During the Pandemic, services like Google Meets and Zoom for internet meetings became more popular. It now seems like WhatsApp intends to provide Call Links as well.
WhatsApp released the Call Links this week, a helpful enhancement to its calling function. Users may create links for their audio or video calls and share them with other Whatsapp users.
Head, WhatsApp, That Call Links will be accessible this week, although it may take a few days or even weeks until all accounts start accessing the capability, according to a tweet from Will Cathcart.
Call Links may be accessed under the Call area of your WhatsApp account, and the Create Call Link option will be located at the top of the call history list. Simply make the link and share it with the people you want to invite to the call.
WhatsApp Messenger is a popular instant messaging application that allows users to send and receive text messages, voice messages, photos, videos, and documents over the internet. It was founded in 2009 by two former Yahoo employees, Jan Koum and Brian Acton. In 2014, Facebook acquired WhatsApp for $19 billion.
WhatsApp is available on various platforms, including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and desktop computers. It uses end-to-end encryption to secure messages, which means that only the sender and receiver can read the messages, and nobody else, not even WhatsApp itself.
One of the notable features of WhatsApp is that it allows users to create group chats with up to 256 members, making it easy to communicate with large groups of people at once. Users can also make voice and video calls through the app.
Overall, WhatsApp is a widely used and convenient messaging app that has become an essential tool for communication for many people around the world.