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23 Mar, 2023
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Now linking to a smartphone is not required.

The updated version also supports end-to-end encrypted group calling and allows users to make video calls with up to 8 people and audio calls with up to 32 people.

The mobile app also has similar limits for group calls. The company has said that it will increase the number of people allowed in a group call going forward. This makes it easier for users to have group calls on their desktop.

The new Windows app is part of WhatsApp's efforts to improve the big screen experience for its users, following the announcement of multi-device linking, which enables users to use one account across multiple devices. In addition, WhatsApp is testing a new version optimized for Android tablets.

The company has also introduced two new group-related features, which will let admins scan through all requests for joining the group under the "Pending Participants" section and see shared groups in search results when looking for a name. Previously, users had to go to a contact's profile to view common groups.

With these new features, WhatsApp aims to provide its users with an improved messaging experience and make it easier for them to stay connected with their friends and family.