The advantages of multi-device support have been available to WhatsApp users for some time, and it was recently expanded to include utilizing a second smartphone. When using WhatsApp on a PC, you can make voice and video calls using a connected device, but there isn’t a specific tab for call logging. As WhatsApp begins testing a new call log for its Windows app, that is suddenly changing.
New WhatsApp mobile features may take several months to appear on connected Windows or macOS devices. The wait for self-messaging to appear on them has just begun, but we may have already waited too long for a dedicated call log. The log has only been available on your primary smartphone, but you can always open particular groups or conversations and press the call button.
According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp for Windows is testing a new feature to the sidebar on the left side of the UI, which is intended to enable you see all of your voice and video calls in one location, with beta version 2.2240.1.0. Because the feature is currently in development, it’s possible that your linked devices’ calls aren’t always logged on your main smartphone, causing some inconsistencies in your call history.
The beta for this call log tap is currently rolling out through the Microsoft Store, and it should soon be available on additional devices. Although the Meta-owned company will eventually add this capability to the stable version of the Windows client, there is still a long way to go before all of your connected devices use WhatsApp in the same way.