Now, WhatsApp on Windows allows for video calls with up to eight people
In order to match its smartphone counterpart’s calling functionality, WhatsApp has released a new desktop app for Windows. The new software enables users to have end-to-end encrypted video chats with up to eight participants, according to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a statement. Up to 32 persons can join audio calls, giving it an option for business meetings and family gatherings where all the aunts, uncles, and other distant relatives can participate. In order to support even larger calls in the future, WhatsApp claims that these restrictions will be raised further.