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WhatsApp Multi Device Support: How it works and how to use it?

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WhatsApp Multi-Device Support: How it works and how to use it? Now it is possible to use WhatsApp simultaneously on 5 different devices.

WhatsApp gave users early access to this feature in 2021, which they have been demanding for a long time.

The ability to use WhatsApp on multiple devices at the same time was available in the beta version.

WhatsApp has now announced a major update to its multi-device support feature for its web and desktop versions.

Currently, in the beta version, users need a phone to use this feature but now this is about to change.

Users will now be able to access WhatsApp on 4 different devices without having to connect to the Internet without a primary smartphone.

WhatsApp Multi-Device Support:

WhatsApp Global Voice Message Player
WhatsApp Global Voice Message Player

By the way, this number will be 5 in total as it will also include the primary smartphone.

According to WhatsApp update tracking site WABetaInfo, an update has been made to the messaging app that has expanded the multi-device feature.

After the update, users using the beta version will be able to use WhatsApp without having to hold the phone online on the web, desktop, or other devices.

According to the report, WhatsApp is improving the login process and organizing messages.

Especially when multiple messages are available for download while work is also being done to speed up the login experience.

The report added that the new update will be available to iOS users by the end of March, while Android users will have to wait until April.

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 the old version of WhatsApp in their phones.

The first feature of the multi-device support feature came in July 2019.

At the time, WABetainfo reported that WhatsApp was working on a new platform (Universal Windows Platform) that would allow an account to log in to multiple devices simultaneously.

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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