137 – WhatsApp to allow users to multitask while on video call; THIS new feature to make life easier for app users

 

New Delhi: Meta-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp is developing a picture-in-picture feature for video calls. According to reports, the new release will allow users to use other applications while video chatting on WhatsApp. , it is expected that more users will be able to take advantage of this feature in the coming days. For those of you who don’t know, WaBetaInfo is a web tool that tracks current and upcoming WhatsApp features.

Picture-in-picture mode for video calls is reportedly visible to some beta testers who have installed the latest WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.24.0.79 upgrade through the TestFlight app.

The source includes screenshots of the feature, showing how WhatsApp users can use future features to multitask. It also states that the feature has been working since iOS 16.1, indicating that he could be one of the supported features in an update that brings official support for iOS 16. .

An instant messaging service operated by Meta has begun testing a shortcut button for deleting messages. The company reportedly made the feature available to some of his Android beta his testers. The latest component of WhatsApp’s Disappearing Messages was redesigned for the Android 2.22.24.9 beta release.

A feature relaxation now marks both new and old talks as lost threads. More testers can now see his 2.22.25.10 update for areas with faded messages. This messaging app interestingly introduces a second entry point for the disappearing messages feature.

The new Shortcuts feature is available for some users after installing WhatsApp Beta for Android (version 2.22.25.11)[ストレージの管理]You can access it from the section. After using this new area, you can easily mark both old and new chats as “disappearing threads,” according to what it claims to be a space-saving utility.