You can’t use this Messenger for Video Call, yet, but what you can do is send a video clip to your WhatsApp Messenger contacts. In order to send video to somebody in WhatsApp, you use the same procedure you’d use to send a photo, an audio clip, your location or somebody’s contact details.
Open a chat with the person you want to send the video, tap multimedia the attachment button at the top of the screen (it’s the one that looks like a paperclip) and then tap on the kind of thing you want to send, so, in this case, you’d tap video. You can add a caption if you like, multimedia and then you can send the clip by tapping on the send button in the preview and using in Tablet.
You can also forward a video sent to you by somebody else in New Update. To do that, tap and hold on the message(s) you’d like to forward, tap the forward arrow icon, and choose a conversation to forward the message to. Don’t worry about data use here: while the forwarded message(s) will appear to have come from you, you don’t have to upload the message or messages again. WhatsApp takes care of that.
- How making WhatsApp video calls will probably work
* WhatsApp might not have video calls just yet, but many rivals do – and you can get a good idea of how WhatsApp video calling should work by checking out alternative apps such as the excellent Viber, which is one of the best instant messenger apps for Android.
- What if you don’t want to receive or make WhatsApp video calls?
* Once again, Skype shows how it’ll probably work: in its Settings card under Voice and Video Calls you can choose between the following options:
* Receive calls & chat from: choose who you receive chat from Skype video calls from. You can use this option to stop unwanted video calls from unknown people.
* what Answer calls automatically: select this option if you want incoming voice and video calls to be answered automatically.
* Enable messenger video calling: on most devices, video calling is enabled by default.
* Technical info: select this option if you want to see technical information about your call.
Video quality: choose your video call quality. The higher the quality, the more data a video call will use.
* That all seems pretty sensible to us, and it’d be good if WhatsApp introduced something similar. The app is almost certainly heading in that direction anyway, because now that Facebook owns it, it’s likely to get more Facebook-y and make more use of your Facebook network as well as your WhatsApp contact list.
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