Say goodbye to long-distance communication struggles with X new feature! This article will cover everything you need to know about the exciting new audio and video calls.
Elon Musk’s X (formerly Twitter) has started offering video calls to users. The social media platform has been hinting at the addition of video calls for some time now.
The app has not yet officially announced the feature, but users have received a notification that says “Audio and video calls are here!”. Additionally, the app has added a new setting that allows users to enable voice calls.
The latest social media app to enable calling is X
Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat already allow users to make audio and video calls, so X is the latest social media platform to offer this functionality.
Control should be given to users
By enabling audio and video calls for themselves, users will be able to select whether others can place audio or video calls to them.
X allows users to select who can call them based on images shared by users who have received the feature:
- Address book contacts
- Users who have been verified
For now, video calls are not available for everyone, and this is another feature that is only available to paid subscribers.
Musk recently announced that X is working on two new subscription plans – a cheaper option that includes all the features, but no reduction in ads, and a more expensive plan that does without ads altogether.
If users want to post anything on the platform, they may need to pay an annual subscription.
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