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Guide of How to Make WhatsApp Calls on PC and Mac

Start making whatsapp calls on your PC or Mac... this is how!

WhatsApp supports desktop calling on Windows 10 64-bit version 1903 and newer and macOS 10.13 and newer. However, currently, the feature only supports one-to-one calls. Also, before you get started, make sure that you actually have the WhatsApp Desktop app installed on your device and that it’s updated.

You will also need an audio and microphone output device, a camera for video calls, and an active internet connection on your computer and phone.

Note: Video calling isn’t supported on devices without a camera.

In this article, we are going to show you how to make WhatsApp voice and video calls on both Windows and an Apple Mac.

Lets roll:

Make WhatsApp Voice Calls on Windows or macOS

1. Open the WhatsApp for Windows or macOS app and follow the instructions on the screen to link with the WhatsApp app on your phone.

2. Open WhatsApp on your phone.

3. Go to Settings > Linked Devices > Link a Device.

4. Scan the QR Code on the desktop app with the WhatsApp scanner on your phone.

5. Select the contact you want to make the WhatsApp call to on WhatsApp Desktop.

6. Select the Voice call icon.

7. Allow access to the microphone – On Windows, select Go To Settings > Privacy & security > Microphone. On macOS, select Allow to give WhatsApp access to the microphone.

8. Choose End Call to terminate the connection when the conversation ends.

Make WhatsApp Video Calls on Windows or macOS

1. Open WhatsApp for Windows or macOS app.

2. Follow the instructions on the screen to link with the WhatsApp app on your phone.

3. Open WhatsApp on your phone and go to Settings > Linked Devices > Link a Device.

4. Scan the QR Code on the desktop app with the WhatsApp scanner on your phone.

5. Select the contact for the WhatsApp call.

6. Select the Video call icon located next to the voice call icon.

7. Give WhatsApp access to the camera and the microphone on the desktop – On Windows, select Go To Settings > Privacy & security > Microphone. On macOS, select Allow to give WhatsApp access to the microphone and camera.

8. Choose End Call to terminate the connection when the conversation ends.

Note: For both voice and video calls, you can mute or unmute your microphone by clicking the microphone icon during the call.

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