Have you experienced WhatsApp's new quick switch feature?

Have you experienced WhatsApp's new quick switch feature?

So, how does this feature really works?

WhatsApp is also reported to extend voice and video calls to group conversations as well. Once added, the feature will save users' time by allowing them to seamlessly switching between video and voice calls. This consumes a lot of time, and WhatsApp - though late - has now realized that. So, to switch between calls, all you need to do is to click on that button.

WhatsApp has added a new button in the voice calls to switch from video to voice call or vice versa. The button is visible only when you are on a call via WhatsApp.

If the offer is accepted, the call will be switched.

After all, there are times when a voice call may be initiated between two strangers or people who are talking for the first time for a goal.

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Every time you make a voice call using Whatsapp, the video camera button will appear on the bottom of the screen. The person on the other side will receive a notification and they can choose to accept or reject the request.

Basically, WhatsApp is making it easier for the users with the Quick Switch functionality.

The new feature was spotted by watcher of the popular chat app WABetaInfo, which said that the feature is only available to those who have signed up to the beta version of WhatsApp. While features tested on beta mode do not necessarily make it to an official release, but can surely be looked forward to.

The company will now carry out testing in the beta version before implementing it in the final version of the app. This essentially means, users will soon be able to post Instagram Stories directly as WhatsApp Stories. Currently, the feature is only available for Android users and if the feature becomes a success iOS users should start receiving it too.

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