In a bid to make group calling better, the Meta-owned messaging platform WhatsApp will now reportedly support up to 32 participants in group voice calls. According to 9To5Mac, with version 22.8.80 of the app, users will now be able to participate in group voice calls with up to 32 people. This update includes a redesigned interface with a social audio layout, speaker highlight, and waveforms.

In addition, this new version of WhatsApp for iOS has an updated design for voice message bubbles and info screens for contacts and groups. There’s also a new tweak when accessing your favorite media in the gallery.

The messaging platform is readying a lot of new features for the coming months, such as Reactions, increased size files users can send, community function, and more.

WABetaInfo recently discovered that the developers are readying Reactions 2.0 to its desktop version. This means that in a future update users will be able to react to a message with any emoji they want, the report said.

The report mentioned that WhatsApp keeps working on the ability to remove the expiration date of a disappearing message.

Along with the feature to add 32 people to a group call, WhatsApp is rolling out updated designs for voice message bubbles and info scores for contacts and groups. Small improvements such as accessing your favorite media in the gallery will also be rolled out. The feature is currently being rolled out in Brazil.

WhatsApp is also working on the Communities feature. It will let users bring separate groups under one umbrella. When a lot of groups with similar interests are brought together, people will be able to receive updates sent to the entire Community and easily organize smaller discussion groups on what matters to them.

Soon, users will be able to share files up to 2GB. The current setup allows WhatsApp users to send up to 100MB of files to their friends. Once the feature is rolled out, the users will finally be able to share large files with their contacts.

WhatsApp was also spotted testing a paid feature that would let users add more devices to a single account. The current setup lets users pair a tablet, computer, and laptop, but no secondary smartphone. WhatsApp only lets you pair one smartphone at a time.