While there has been no public announcement, users who log into the platform are receiving a notification that ‘Audio and video calls are here.
X, once known as Twitter, is owned by Elon Musk, and it has finally begun to roll out audio and video calls. The Verge reports that customers are receiving notifications indicating that “Audio and video calls are here!” after logging into the platform, even though the firm has not yet made an official statement.
On the other hand, CEO of the social network Linda Yaccarino turned to X and shared a photo of herself having a video chat. Yaccarino captioned the photo, saying, “Video calls (fire emoji).”
How can I enable voice and video calls?
According to a screenshot provided by the website, the option to enable audio and video calling is located within the microblogging service’s settings and is in the shape of a toggle. People can also pick who can call them: those in their address book, those they follow, verified handles, or all three.
How to make audio and video calls?
Update the app first, then navigate to Settings > Privacy & Safety > Direct Messages > Enable Audio & Video Calling to accomplish this. Lastly, click to send a direct message (DM) to a recipient; the phone symbol will appear in the upper-right corner.
The announcement of the feature of audio and video calling for the X comes almost two months after Musk made it official.