WhatsApp has reportedly rolled out voice and video calls for its desktop users. After availing this feature, users can enjoy WhatsApp calling directly from their desktop. Till now, the facility of video and voice calls on WhatsApp was limited only to the mobile app. Recently, it was informed in the reports that the WhatsApp call facility will now be made available for desktop and web clients as well. As per the report, the latest update is currently in beta stage and it appears to have been rolled out to a limited number of people.

WhatsApp Tracker WABetaInfo’s Report It has been reported that some users of the WhatsApp desktop client have noticed the presence of voice and video call buttons in their chat headers. Some users have informed about this new update Tweet given through.

While WhatsApp is gearing up to bring voice and video calls to both desktop and web users, the initial rollout will give priority to the desktop client.

Gadgets 360 has reached out to the company to get clarity from WhatsApp regarding this rollout. We will update through this news as soon as the answer is received.

It is worth noting that in the month of October, the information about this new rollout will be available on WhatsApp Web Client version. 2.2043.7 was found in However, this feature was only available in the beta version. It is likely that the new update is currently in the testing phase as well.

Users who have seen the WhatsApp calling feature on their desktop can also receive calls through their app. As seen in the screenshot shared by WABetaInfo, when a call is received using WhatsApp Web on the desktop, a pop-up window opens showing the option to pick up or cut the call.

However, it becomes important to mention here that you need to connect your phone to the WhatsApp desktop app to make calls through desktop. This is similar to how you access messages through WhatsApp’s desktop and web clients.

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