We previously reported on WhatsApp, the popular messaging platform working on support for multiple devices for the same account. A new report now suggests that the company has reached the final stage in testing the new feature.
According to a WaBetaInfo Report, WhatsApp is in the final stages of a new feature that could be very useful for many users. The social media giant is working to provide support for up to 4 different devices that can be run from a single WhatsApp account. This is extremely useful, which can also benefit WhatsApp web users who would not have to rely on their primary phones to get an internet connection.
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Additionally, WhatsApp plans to create a new user interface for the desktop client that shows how chat history is migrated and that the process is encrypted throughout. It looks like some features of the new update aren’t yet available, but the company has rolled out the more important features such as: B. syncing different aspects of chat history across devices, muted chats and even syncing starred / delivered messages.
This feature is currently in beta testing. However, users can choose to try this feature a little earlier. The new feature is called “Linked Devices” and allows all other linked devices on your account to work on your primary smartphone or main driver without an internet connection. This is still under development and users can also choose to turn off beta testing. Note that if you participate in the beta test, all previous linked sessions will be terminated as they are based on the old / current stable system.
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