You can now use the most important feature of WhatsApp for 2021

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Users who have been waiting impatiently for many years can now use it.

Yes, WhatsApp's biggest feature of 2021 is that it can be used across multiple devices at the same time, with some conditions for multiple users. By the way, this feature was introduced in beta version for limited users in July, but now the company wants the general users to test this feature as well.

According to WhatsApp update tracking site WABetaInfo, an update has been made to the messaging app, which has expanded the multi-device feature. With this extension, it has become possible for ordinary users to use WhatsApp on many devices. The multi-device feature allows users to link their account to 4 devices, away from the primary device (smartphone), but this feature can currently only be added to non-phone devices.

The report said that the latest update to WhatsApp has made it possible for ordinary users to use the multi-device feature, which is intended to be tested before the regular introduction of the feature.

To use it, open WhatsApp, click on the 3 dot menu, and go to the Linked Devices option. There will be a multi-device beta option. Clicking on it will have different instructions and will tell you what the terms and conditions of using the beta feature are.

If you are satisfied with them, you can use WhatsApp without connecting the phone to the devices through this feature by clicking on Join Beta below. Users from each device will be able to use the WhatsApp account freely while the end-to-end encryption feature will remain.

According to a recent report, users will be able to link up to 4 devices simultaneously from their WhatsApp account, but these devices will be limited to WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp Desktop, and Facebook Portal. However, this feature will have some limitations, and beta testers will not be able to send messages to people who are using older WhatsApp versions on their phones.

News of the multi-device support feature first surfaced in July 2019, and WABetainfo reported at the time that WhatsApp was working on a new platform (Universal Windows Platform) that Allows an account to log in to multiple devices at once.

According to later reports, the main device will not require a dynamic internet connection like the WhatsApp web during multi-device support.

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