Last Updated on April 27, 2020 by Larious
Recently, Facebook has announced a new tool Messenger Room which allows 50 users to do video call. Now, it looks like the tech giant is going to provide this tool to Whatsapp users also. Soon Whatsapp users will get two video-calling options.
WhatsApp users may soon get “two video-calling options”
According to the reports on WABetainfo, the Android beta version 2.20.139 of Whatsapp is spotted with a shortcut named “Room” to the feature. All the users will get this feature in any chat’s share sheet.
When the users will click on the “Room” button they will see a small message which says, “create a room in messenger and send a long to group video chat with anyone. Even if the user is not having Messenger or Whatsapp”. Using this video call feature to others will help you stay in contact with those who don’t use Whatsapp.
On talking about Privacy, Whatsapp says, Rooms are protected by Messenger’s encryption and privacy controls, but they are not end-to-end encrypted. This new feature coming to Whatsapp is a new tool which Mark Zuckerberg has announced to make its way to video calling apps.
Messenger Rooms feature will be out for everyone this week. As of now the feature will be out in few countries and will be out around the world soon.