Some users reported that video and audio calls appeared on the desktop and web WhatsApp version, and the buttons for this support are available next to the search button at the top of the chat interface, and as can be seen in the screenshots below, both buttons are marked “beta”, meaning experimental.
The application of WhatsApp, the most famous in the world for instant messaging and video calls, is planning to introduce new features for the convenience of its users, and this time these changes are made to the desktop version of WhatsApp used on the personal computer “WhatsApp Web”. Incoming calls appear in a separate, smaller window, where you can either choose or reject the call, and a similar user interface appears with some basic controls for active calls. This support is still very limited, and it seems that WhatsApp is gradually moving to launch this support for all users, with priority given to the desktop version over the web version.
Currently, only mobile phone users can make video and audio calls on WhatsApp, but with the next update, users will be able to make video and audio calls using WhatsApp Web, through WhatsApp Beta, the call support update on the dedicated web app will be made available to the public in the next few weeks. Screen shots shared by WABetaInfo show what this feature will look like, as soon as someone calls on WhatsApp, a new window will open that they can click to take the call and end the call, and the Facebook-owned messaging platform is making necessary improvements on the Internet and the service is expected to be available in In a few days.