WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, had planned to provide the multi-device feature that most people have been asking for a long time earlier this week. The good news is that WhatsApp is now implementing the feature. You may test it out yourself if you’re registered in Beta.
Here’s all you need to know about the new feature and when it’ll be available.
Finally, a WhatsApp Multi-Device Feature!
If you’re registered in beta, you could see a new “Multi-device beta” button in the area of the Linked device. You may then touch the “JOIN BETA” button on the pop-up that appears.
However, even if you’re running the most recent beta, this option may not be available because it’s only being handed out to a limited few people. If you want to unsubscribe, you may do so in the same section. Once you’ve signed up, you may use WhatsApp Web without having to keep your phone connected to the internet. But, before you sign up, there are a few things you should know.
- Some WhatsApp Web features may not function as intended, however this will be addressed in future versions.
- Your past sessions will be wiped clean. This means you’ll have to reconnect all of your gadgets.
- After 14 days, linked and inactive devices are automatically deleted. As a result, make sure you utilize at least one of them throughout that time period to prevent unlinking them.
The current version of the app is 184.108.40.206. If you can’t get into the beta program on the Play Store, you may grab the APK from APKMirror.com and install it.
What are your thoughts on WhatsApp’s multi-device feature? Do you like how it’s done, or do you believe another app could do it better? In the comments area below, please share your views and opinions.