WhatsApp New Feature Allows Users To Join An Ongoing Video Call; Here’s How It Works


New Delhi: Popular instant messaging app WhatsApp (WhatsApp) brings either a new feature or updates its old features to give its users a better experience every few days. This time too, the company has made updates it to improve its old feature. Actually, a feature has been introduced for iOS users of the app, through which users will now be able to join ongoing video calls. For this, they will not need to join on behalf of any other user.  

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It has been introduced with this update 
WhatsApp has also released a user interface with the latest iOS beta update. This joinable calls feature has been introduced with WhatsApp beta update 2.21.140.11 for iOS devices. The new user interface is also being rolled out for group calling. The new user interface is said to be rolled out to Android users soon. 

How this works
Suppose if a user could not join the call at the beginning and wants to join later, then that user can join the call with the help of the joinable calls feature by clicking on join call or on the tap to join banner below the Call tab. However, the condition for this is that the group video call should be ongoing. Even now, a user cannot connect with the video call in progress. For this, another user has to make him join the call. 

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