New Delhi: Whatsapp good news for users. The company has now made a major change in the video call feature, in which 8 people will now be able to make group video calls together.
To get this feature, you will have to update your WhatsApp. The company had been working on this feature for a long time. Due to getting this update in the midst of lockdown, now people from work from home will also be able to easily meet online through WhatsApp. Till now there could have been a group video call with only four people.
According to WABetaInfo, a new feature for these versions is the new update for Android Beta (v 2.20.133) and iOS Beta (v188.8.131.52). In this update, you can now add eight participants in a group video call instead of four. If despite the beta tester, this feature has not come in any user’s phone, then he will have to reinstall the app.
At the same time, WhatsApp has made it clear that all users joining group calls should have a new version. Only then will they be able to take advantage of it. At the same time, this feature has not yet been released for the stable version. According to the company, soon this facility will also be available for stable users.
Steps were taken to stop fake news All kinds of fake news are being shared on social media about the Coronavirus, which is proving to be a big problem for many social sites including Twitter, Google, and Facebook. Remembering this, Facebook-claimed organization WhatsApp has set another breaking point for message sending.
This will allow a message to be sent to only one chat at a time. A double tick will appear on WhatsApp with a quick forward message.
Jio Mart will enter the grocery business with the help of WhatsApp, Jio’s online grocery delivery platform, which is now going to get the strength of the WhatsApp platform too.
Through this, Jio Mart is going to provide an online platform to local vendors, small hawkers, and small grocery stores. The partnership has been announced by Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook and Mukesh Ambani’s Jio Platforms. Jio Mart was announced in January this year as part of Jio Platforms, which aims to expand Reliance’s e-commerce business in India.