WhatsApp multi devices support as in news from long time. Now WhatsApp is reportadly working on the Multi devices support. WhatsApp linked devices feature is in the BETA right now.
WhatsApp released the v126.96.36.199 BETA version recently. The highly awaited feature is going to release soon. You can use your same account on multiple devices. Now will not need to close the session or account on the first one.
Like, Now we use WhatsApp on our device and if we want to use same account on another mobile device, we have to close WhatsApp on previous device. Same with the WhatsApp Web feature. You’ll need to have your phone always connected to internet and Web WhatsApp login on phone. Now you can use WhatsApp same account on multiple device using WhatsApp Linked devices features.
WhatsApp Linked Devices Feature
On the first launch users can use the account on 4 devices simultaneously. According to the WABetaInfo the feature is still under developement. Even if you are using the latest BETA you cannot use the feature yet!!
Check the screenshot above, you can link multiple devices to the same account. Just like we can do the Telegram messaging app. We can use the same app on a smartphone as well as on their desktop app independently. Its the same feature, WhatsApp named it as WhatsApp Linked devices feature.
Talking about the availability there’s no confirmation about the launch. But according to the leak, it’s on the BETA version and may get rolled out soon as a public BETA version. Apart from the WhatsApp Linked devices feature, the advanced search mode is in the development too.
About the Advanced Search Modem using that you can search for any messages. You can search for specific items like audios, pictures, videos and even the GIF files. Stay tuned for more updates on this one!!
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