WhatsApp will soon allow users to test its multi-device support. The latest WhatsApp beta messaging app for Android suggests that WhatsApp may bring a web beta release, allowing users to try out the rumored ntic-backed multi-device support to enable WhatsApp access simultaneously on multiple devices. The last few months have seen some hints of support for multi-device logins. This feature first appeared online in July 2019. However, WhatsApp has not yet provided official confirmation of its existence.
According to a Report By WhatsApp Features Tracker WABetaInfo, WhatsApp 188.8.131.52 Beta for Android is a reference that suggests an open test of multi-device support. The website reports that WhatsApp’s Android app offers a new option that allows users to join the beta test for a new feature by going to the WhatsApp web / desktop settings.
Some screenshots shared by WABetaInfo indicate that it provides a pop-up message stating that users do not need to connect their phones while using WhatsApp WhatsApp Web Or desktop client. This is in contrast to the current scenario where you need to connect your phone to the Internet to communicate using the web or desktop version of the messaging app.
It is rumored that WhatsApp’s multi-device support will also allow users to access their account from one or both devices. Up to four devices at once. This is especially helpful if you do not want to spy on your phone while working on a desktop or laptop.
One of the screenshots provided to indicate development suggests that open testing of multi-device support on WhatsApp may initially be limited in nature, with no options to archive and mute chats from the device. If your phone is not connected, you will not be allowed to delete messages or any chat threads from the companion device. Similarly, calling functionality is not provided on desktops.
After successfully bringing initial multi-device support, WhatsApp can enable those changes over time.
In July 2019, WhatsApp was found to have Characteristic in development To enable simultaneous access on multiple devices. Its support Appeared in beta release For Android devices in April last year. There is also the feature Has reached its final stage In September for Android, iPhone and desktop users.
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