WhatsApp: WhatsApp’s new ‘avatar’ for video calling

WhatsApp: WhatsApp's new 'avatar' for video calling


Internet Desk: Meta Company introduces users to the latest features on its social media platforms. The Avatar feature was introduced on Instagram in February this year. The latest messaging app WhatsApp will also introduce the Avatar feature. Users can use these when making video calls. WhatsApp Beta Info (Wabita Info), the WhatsApp community blog, has revealed that this feature, which is currently being tested, will be available to users soon.


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Once this feature is available, the Swith To Avatar option will appear on the screen when users make a video call. Clicking on it will show an animated avatar in place of the user profile photo. This means that users can replace animated avatars with profile photos when making video calls. The information is that these can be in 2D or 3D format. WhatsApp hopes that users will get the latest video calling experience with this feature. Google Duo already offers filtering features along with animated avatars in video calling.


Account blocked?


Detects and removes fake accounts to prevent scams and harassment through WhatsApp. However, the AI-based system in WhatsApp will delete some of these accounts. Sometimes the account deletion process is based on complaints received from other users even though the users have not violated the WhatsApp rules. In such cases a new feature will be made available to ask the client to renew the account. For this, customers need to submit some basic credentials on WhatsApp. WhatsApp accounts will be restored after verification. Information that first makes this feature available to Android beta users.

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