Users of the Meta-owned WhatsApp app may expect to see a steady stream of improvements to the platform.
It appears like WhatsApp group voice conversations are going to get a lot more fascinating now that this feature has been enabled. In the next weeks, WABetainfo reports that it will begin rolling out a new user interface for group voice conversations to some of the platform’s beta users, but the new functionality will be available to more people.
During a group phone conversation, users will be able to see the voice waveforms of everyone else in the call. Prior beta versions for iOS and Android users, on the other hand, have previously made mention of the redesign.
Even though the app’s appearance hasn’t changed much, the WABetaInfo website claims that the app now seems more modern.
Another new function has been added to the user interface for voice calls in the latest release. Although there is no way to personalise them at the present, the Meta-owned platform is expected to alter this function in the coming weeks. This feature allows users to utilise wallpapers for audio conversations.