WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone

WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone a new update of WhatsApp for iPhone is now rolling out that comes with some new features. The update version number is 2.19.120. This new update packs a useful feature that will support the call waiting and let users attend another WhatsApp call while they are on one call.

WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone

 WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone

WhatsApp is constantly updating its platform adding new and interesting features to both its Android and iOS-based apps and its web interface. Now, WhatsApp has released an update on to its iOS which brings a couple of interesting new features and privacy improvement.

The new WhatsApp 2.19.120 for iOS update is now releasing for the users of the iPhone users. So all the compatible users should check the App Store for the update.

WhatsApp has added support for Call Waiting features in iPhones. This feature allows users to accept an incoming WhatsApp call while they are already on a different call.

This functionality is quite similar to the one available in smartphones for voice calls and allows users to switch between calls even as they are talking to a different user.

WhatsApp also updated chats design to make it easier for the user to scan your messages. The profile picture of each user in the chat list is now larger, making it easier to tap on the list items.

Also, the company has added another feature that allows users to send messages directly from the Braille keyboard when they are using the VoiceOver mode.

But for this to work, Braille screen input must be enabled in Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver.

WhatsApp Call Waiting feature

WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone

# The new WhatsApp 2.19.120 for iOS update is rolling out for iPhone users.

# Regarding calling waiting, WhatsApp will let users choose to accept an incoming audio call, while they are already on another call.

# Thus giving them the opportunity to decide whether they want to accept the new call immediately or finish the current call and then attend the second call.

#  If you receive a call while you’re already on a WhatsApp call, you’ll be shown options to either ‘End & Accept’, ‘Decline’, or ‘Hold & Accept’ it. This new feature works on WhatsApp and regular calls alike.

# It means users get the option of declining an incoming call or ending the earlier call and accepting the new one when this is activated.

# It is not clear if the Android version of WhatsApp will also get the call waiting feature.

# Currently, the receivers don’t get a call waiting notification when someone is trying to call them while they are in the middle of another call. The caller, however, does get to know that the receiver is ‘on another call’.

How to activate WhatsApp group privacy settings?

WhatsApp Call Waiting feature update for iPhone 

# The update list also mentions the privacy setting to let users control who can add them to groups.

# Admins will have the option of sending users a private invite instead when a user restricts people from adding them to a group.

# This privacy setting has been available for some time, though the changelog for WhatsApp mentions it.

# The option has already rolled out to Android and iOS earlier.

# In order to activate the group privacy settings, users can go to Settings>Account> Privacy, followed by Groups.

# In Groups they will see the option for who can add them to one.

# The options range from Everyone, My Contact, My Contacts Except, where users can block some contacts from adding them to a group.

# As WhatsApp explains, if an Admin who is not in your contacts wants to add you to a group, they will have the option of inviting you privately.

A new option for Delete Messages on the Android beta

# Besides adding new features to its iOS-based app, the popular social messaging app has also, working on adding a brand new feature called Delete Messages to its Android app.

# The Delete Messages feature will let users determine when messages should be deleted, which varies from Off, One hour, One Day, One Week, One Month and finally One year.

# The feature also appears to be compatible with the proposed Dark Mode.

# Users can head over to the App Store Store and search for the WhatsApp update, which is around 85 MB in size.

# There’s still no word on when WhatsApp plans to bring Dark mode to its Android and iOS versions, though it has been spotted in the beta versions of the app.

Notably

It is to be pointed out that these features are available in WhatsApp’s iOS-based app version 2.19.120.

You can update to the latest version of WhatsApp manually on your iOS device by visiting the App Store.

In the store, search for WhatsApp and hit the update button, it’ll show up if the app hasn’t already been updated automatically.

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