WhatsApp's new update feature let users can make video call & text message simultaneous
Whatsapp Android and iOS brings out two new features for both users, one of them is picture-in-picture video calling facility and the second one is text status updates. To remember, both the features were available for beta users before, but now WhatSep pushing to stabilize both the features. Whatsapp is rolling on several new features almost every other day; This is basically because the Facebook-owned messaging platform is aimed at improving its activities.
The new image-in-picture video calling feature lets users multitask. This feature basically allows users to create video calls and send messages to friends simultaneously. For example, if a user is on a video call and wants to talk to another friend via a message, they can only resize the video calling screen so that they can talk to a friend via video call, and Can send another message. After the video call screen resizes, the mobile screen will appear on one side, while the background chat box will be. It is worth mentioning that the re-sized video calling screen can be resized as needed and can be pulled in any corner of the phone screen.
This is an image-in-picture feature, also called PIP. Now the text position update feature, as we share photos and video as a status, iOS and Android users will now be able to set a text position too. This profile is different from the text position. We know that photos and videos are only available for 24 hours on WhatsApp Status. The scene will be the same with the status of the new WhatsApp text. So, how does this feature work?
In the meantime, Whatsapp is looking to expand its platform and make the message platform more creative and productive. Therefore, the Facebook-owned messaging platform has introduced the Whatsapp business app.
Whatsapp has officially confirmed that they are working on a new device that will help businesses connect and communicate with their customers easily. This tool will basically help businesses - especially to promote small and medium-sized productivity, Matt Edamma, Chief Operating Officer of WhatSpe said, "We want to connect people with business in a fast and personal way We are hoping to provide the tools to make it easier. " "Some businesses can use service providers to manage their messages, and those service providers may be able to read the messages you send to those businesses," he said.
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