Following an announcement on May 1 that WhatsApp would be getting group video calling, an update is now rolling out for the Android and iOS apps that allows users to create video calls with up to four people at once.

To start a group call, just start a usual one-on-one video call, and tap the “add participant” button in the top right of the screen to add more contacts to the call. As you might have hoped, these group video calls are encrypted with WhatsApps usual end-to-end encryption, ensuring that your communications are always secure.

Video calling is already one of the most popular features on WhatsApp. In fact, Zuckerberg said during the F8 conference that people already used about 2 billion minutes of video calling on WhatsApp alone (and Zuckerberg apparently contributes to them, relying on the service to video chat with his young daughters when he’s on the road). The introduction of group video calling is just the latest in the company’s aims to create “new ways for people to connect privately with close friends, groups, and businesses.”