The popular messaging app WhatsApp has recently introduced audio and video call features for its users in browsers and desktops.
According to reports, this feature is now available for individual users on Windows PCs and Mac-Os powered devices, which means users will not be able to make group voice and video calls on the desktop at this time.
However, the company says it plans to expand the group voice and video calls feature in the future.
To access WhatsApp on the desktop, users will need Windows 1064-bit version 1903, Apple desktop and laptop.
In addition, users will need an audio output device and microphone for voice calls, while for video calls users will need an active internet connection camera, computer and phone.
How to use the feature?
1: Open individual chat of the contact you want to call audio.
2: Click on the voice call icon
How to receive voice call on desktop?
1: Click Accept to receive the call.
2: If you do not want to pick up the call, click on decline call
How to switch from audio to video call on desktop?
1: Raise the camera during the call
2: Click on the camera icon
3: If your contact accepts switch, the audio call will be converted to a video call.