WhatsApp beta for Windows gets a new call-back feature for missed calls


WhatsApp is rolling out a new update for the Windows native app through the official beta channel on the Microsoft Store, bringing the version up to 2.2323.1.0.
What’s new in this update? WhatsApp is rolling out a new call-back feature for missed calls, and it’s available to some beta testers!


Common questions Answers
Name of the feature? Call back
Status? Rolling out
Compatibility? WhatsApp beta for Windows 2.2323.1.0 is marked as a compatible update, but some users may be able to get the same feature by installing the previous 2.2322.1.0 version of the app.
I have the same update but I don’t have this feature. Why? This feature is available to some beta testers, and it will be released to more people over the coming days.
Thanks: Rocckyman729 and RathinamShakthi, for testing and reporting!
Previous news? WhatsApp is rolling out video messages feature on iOS and Android beta!

WhatsApp keeps working on introducing bug fixes and new features for the native application on Windows. After introducing support for screen-sharing, WhatsApp is now adding minor improvements regarding missed calls. In particular, WhatsApp has introduced a new feature that aims to make missed calls more noticeable. This new addition is a “Call back” button that appears within an event message when a call goes unanswered, and it is available after installing one of the latest versions of WhatsApp beta for Windows from the Microsoft Store:

As you can see in this screenshot, the “Call back” button is now visible in the event message generated when a call is missed on WhatsApp. This button provides users with a quick way to return a missed call with just a single tap. By implementing this feature, WhatsApp wants to better highlight missed calls and the ability to call back.

In our opinion, the “Call back” button provides a clear visual indicator within the chat of the caller that a call has been missed. In fact, some users may not know that they can quickly call the contact by simply clicking on the “Missed call” message event. With this button, WhatsApp wants to make it clearer that the message event is dedicated to the possibility of calling back the contact after receiving a missed call.

The new call-back feature is available for some beta testers that install the latest WhatsApp beta for Windows update released on the Microsoft Store. If you don’t see this update on the Microsoft Store, please note that it will be rolled out to more users over the coming days.

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