WhatsApp is developing a special feature that allows you to share your screen while having video calls. Right now, they are testing this feature with a few people who are trying out a new version of WhatsApp on their Android and iOS devices.

WhatsApp is preparing to introduce a new feature called Screen Share, which will allow users to share their screens during video calls. This exciting addition will enhance communication during calls, enabling users to easily show and discuss things on their screens. Currently, WhatsApp is testing this feature with a select group of beta testers on Android and iOS. Once the screen share feature is activated, all participants in the video call will be able to view whatever is displayed on the shared screen, including WhatsApp notifications and other updates. If you prefer not to share such information, you can activate the "do not disturb" mode on your phone.

Wabetainfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp's development, has shared information about this update. The screen share feature will be easily accessible to users through the bottom bar while on a video call. To provide a better understanding, we have included an image below.

Additionally, Windows users can look forward to receiving this feature on WhatsApp soon. Meta Window, the parent company, is introducing a 'call back' option for missed calls on WhatsApp. This new functionality eliminates the need to navigate to the top of the screen to make a call. Instead, users can directly call back the person from the option displayed next to the missed call.

Furthermore, Meta has released a similar feature for Instagram users called 'Channel.' This feature has been made available globally. Once creators have access to the channel feature, they can post daily updates and more for their followers. Existing followers will receive a notification to join the channel, while non-followers can join by visiting the creator's profile or story. Only the creator has posting privileges within the channel, and other channel members can only view the updates. Followers also have the option to react to poll questions.