WhatsApp has been functioning on multi-device support for quite your time. This feature allows using one WhatsApp account on multiple devices. It’s like we’ll soon get to experience this feature as WhatsApp is alleged to be within the last of testing multi-device support.
We’ve already gotten a glimpse of parts of WhatsApp’s multi-device license through screenshots shared by WABetaInfo. It’s now reported that WhatsApp is preparing to enable this feature for its public beta testers. So users who are on WhatsApp’s public beta program are ready to test it soon. There’s no word on when WhatsApp will roll this out for all users, but it should not belong with public beta availability.
WABetaInfo also shared some more details on what this feature is all about. This feature allows users to use the identical WhatsApp account on four different devices at the exact time. It also doesn’t require your main instrument to possess a full of life internet connection like it does with WhatsApp Web.
Whether or not your primary phone is off, you’ll still be ready to use your WhatsApp account online or other devices. WhatsApp’s new feature. (WABetaInfo) WhatsApp also will roll out a replacement UI for its desktop version for this multi-device support feature. On the app, this feature is going to be available under ‘Linked Devices.’
Here, you’ll link your WhatsApp account to a brand new device, and you’ll also see the list of connected devices. It’s the same as the interface of the WhatsApp WebDesktop interface on the app. There’s also a ‘Multi-device Beta’ option that you can toggle on/off to do out the feature. It’s also mentioned that not all features are available on multi-device support.
WABetaInfo notes that features like syncing chat history, starring/delivering messages, and muting chats are available. WhatsApp is currently testing this feature on its Android app. There’s no presence of it on iOS yet, but it should be available soon.
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