Facebook’s phone messaging application WhatsApp is adding a new feature that will allow users to do other things during a video call, according to WABetaInfo, a website that monitors WhatsApp updates.
Does it happen to you that you are on a video call and while doing some other task on your mobile phone or open another tab on the video call, your video stops? Is this disturbing for you?
WhatsApp now has a solution for this little problem as well. Along with several updates and new features, Meta-owned WhatsApp has introduced ‘picture-in-picture mode’ feature for video calls. This feature is currently only available to users.
Users using ISO can now multitask on calls without interrupting video with this new feature. Thanks to this new feature, users will not have to disconnect the video call for other tasks.
Website WABetaInfo further states in its report that with this feature in the new update, users can now multitask during a WhatsApp call without interrupting their video.
Not only that, but the facility to attach captions to documents, and longer group articles and descriptions to make groups easier to describe.
The facility to use picture-in-picture mode during WhatsApp calls has been introduced for ISO mobile phone users.
The report states that users have to update the app from the App Store to check if the feature is already enabled for their WhatsApp account.
Earlier it was also announced by the WhatsApp management that now users will be able to exchange high quality images through the messaging app soon.
Currently, the main feature is being tested in the Android beta version. WhatsApp management says that soon users will be able to benefit from this facility worldwide. After this feature, the large size image can be easily sent in its original size.
This feature will give users the option to send high quality files while sending images.