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What Does It Mean That WhatsApp Will Soon Have A Shortcut Icon For Calls?


Calls over WhatsApp are now practical for both personal and professional use. Millions of minutes of calls, in both audio and video formats, are being made by the company. However, a lot of people believe that WhatsApp calls require several steps before you can actually call someone.

To call someone or a group, first open the messaging app, then choose the person or group, and finally tap the Call icon in the top right corner of the screen. With WhatsApp reportedly working on a feature that will let you create shortcuts for WhatsApp calls on the home screen, soon all that might change and become simpler for everyone.

According to the WABetaInfo report, WhatsApp will enable speed dialing for users’ contacts by placing a shortcut to that person on the phone’s home screen. For those who you call frequently, this option can be helpful.

We are unable to provide a specific timeframe for its beta or official release because the report notes that the ability to designate these shortcuts for callers is still in the development stage. Users will soon have the option to upload photos in their original quality on the platform. WhatsApp has drawn criticism for compressing images when sending them, forcing users to save the images as documents to keep the quality of the images intact.

According to the new IT Rules 2021, which are being amended to give social media platforms more responsibilities, WhatsApp announced on Wednesday that it had banned more than 36 lakh “bad” accounts in India during the month of December 2022.

3,677,000 WhatsApp accounts were blocked between December 1 and December 31, with 1,389,000 of those accounts being blocked proactively as a result of user complaints, the company reported.

In December, the messaging app, which has more than 400 million users nationwide, received 1,607 complaints, of which 166 were “activated” records.

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