The feature is available in a PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode that stacks your YouTube and WhatsApp chat windows in one. WhatsApp will soon be rolling out the Picture-in-Picture mode to WhatsApp Web and is also reported to let the users reply privately to message in a group.
According to a brief report by WABetaInfo, which is a popular source for unannounced WhatsApp features, the company has submitted the version 0.2.7315 of its Web client that includes the two new features. The application will also let the user play videos in the floating window.
We found today other new hidden Android references that confirms that also group video calls will be supported, and it will be possible to make a group video calls with other 2 participants (so in the group video call there will be 3 participants, including who started it).
WhatsApp beta adds news private replies option in group chat, PIP mode, etc. Along with this, the app is planning to introduce "reply privately" option in group chats.
Other than that, there is an interesting new feature dubbed Shake To Report.
Additionally, this update might also include a "Reply privately" option, which reportedly would allow WhatsApp Web users to communicate with group members privately in context to a message sent to the group.
Note that we don't exclude the possibility that WhatsApp will allow to add more participants in a group video call before the official release of the feature. If you have blocked someone on WhatsApp, you now simply have to long-press on that contact and tap on "Unblock". A pop-up window will open up within WhatsApp and you can directly watch the video without leaving the app.
The Invite Via Link feature is already available on the iOS version, but will make its way into the Android version as well with the latest update. It enables group admins to send a link to other users so they can join the group directly.
The new update will bring more control over sending messages in a group chat. In this way, the group admins can now broadcast message without interruptions.
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