WhatsApp Desktop may soon get a new tab to display call logs, according to details shared by a feature tracker. Some beta testers on the Meta-owned messaging platform spotted a new calling tab from WhatsApp in the app’s sidebar. The Calls tab located on the WhatsApp desktop sidebar is currently accessible to users who have installed the latest beta version of the app from the Microsoft Store. The company recently started rolling out WhatsApp polls to Android and iOS users.
Whatsapp will soon get a new call history tab on the desktop app, according to a recent report by feature tracker WABetaInfo. As mentioned earlier, some testers who spotted the Meta-owned social messaging app’s calling tab on the app’s sidebar have updated the WhatsApp desktop beta for Windows 2.2246.4.0 from the Microsoft Store.
Unfortunately, the Calls tab shared by Tipper doesn’t show recent calls, and it’s unclear if the app will show calls made from the desktop app or across multiple devices. WhatsApp has not yet announced the feature, which may be modified or improved before it is finally rolled out to all users of the Stable channel.
WhatsApp recently released a bunch of new features on the app. WhatsApp Voting launched on Android and iOS last week. This feature allows users to create polls within groups that have voting capabilities. Facebook Messenger and Telegram currently allow users to add group polls. WhatsApp’s voting feature will be protected by end-to-end encryption.
The messaging app recently rolled out polls with “Communities,” a feature that allows users to have separate groups under one umbrella to organize group conversations. In addition to this, WhatsApp has also introduced one-touch video calls for up to 32 people and doubled the participant limit for groups. Like other features of the app, WhatsApp polls will be protected by end-to-end encryption, meaning the company won’t be able to see the content of votes shared in groups.
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