For the desktop version, WhatsApp will now be able to control these devices. Details on the option already coming.

For some time now, the WhatsApp developer team has been focusing increasingly on the desktop version of its service. With various tools and updates that today make the program totally independent for all consumers, who thus have the opportunity to enjoy all the potential of the platform without any type of problem.

The new WhatsApp update for its computer version

Whether to exchange text messages, multimedia content, but also calls and video calls. Everything is always at hand with a convenient software that can be downloaded from the dedicated website. And that’s not all, because there are some improvements that could see the light very soon. We would like to point out one in particular which could be made available in the next few days and which will give the opportunity to control these devices from the desktop.

WhatsApp from desktop: here’s which devices you can control

According to what was revealed by the experts at WABetaInfo, there is a big news that could soon be made available for the desktop version of WhatsApp. In particular, it was noted in the Windows 2.2401.0.0 beta that there is an additional feature that allows you to control all input and output devices.

From WhatsApp desktop you can manage these devices (Screenshot WABetaInfo)

Simply access the app settings to set up and manage all the devices. So you can, for example, configure the camera, but also the desired microphone and speakers. Without having to go through the Windows controller, you can do everything using the messaging platform.

This is a big change and will certainly please all those who usually use the Web version of WhatsApp to make calls and video calls with friends, colleagues and relatives. We also point out that this update arrives shortly after the one to disable emoji replacement while typing a message.

Fruit of the fact that, especially in recent times, the team of developers has decided to also focus on this version of the platform and not just on the app for Android and iOS. Who knows, 2024 could be the decisive turning point in this sense. The premises are already more than excellent and there do not appear to be any alarm bells that could lead to an abrupt interruption of this positive trend for those who use WhatsApp from Windows computers.