and posted in Technology

“WhatsApp” has begun testing an important feature, targeting users of the web version and the desktop version.

The website “WABetaInfo”, which specializes in monitoring experimental features in WhatsApp, said that work is currently underway to test the ability to make voice and video calls on the “WEB” desktop version.

WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, has provided the ability to make audio and video calls to users of its mobile app for a few years, but this feature is still not available to users of the web version, which is used by those who spend most of their time using personal computers.

According to what the source said, the buttons for voice and video calls will appear to users at the top of the chat, next to the search button.

In the event that the user is the recipient of the call, a separate popup window will appear for him with the connected contact, with the name and profile picture, in addition to two buttons to accept or reject the call.

The launch date for this feature has not yet been revealed to the general public.