WhatsApp has finally introduced the feature that users have been eagerly waiting for many years.
Yes, WhatsApp features the biggest feature of 2021, the use of this service in several devices at the same time, but it will be available on a limited scale at present.
Yes, the biggest feature of the 2021 in WhatsApp is the use of this service in multiple devices simultaneously.
WhatsApp has introduced multi-device support for tests in the public beta version that will be available to limited number users.
A statement published on Facebook’s engineering website said the Facebook-owned app will test the multi-devices support feature among limited users of the first Beta program.
While WhatsApp users can still use the messaging service on multiple platforms, they need to keep their smartphones connected, which is why WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption system.
Although WhatsApp users can still use the messaging service on multiple platforms, they need to keep their smartphones connected because of WhatsApp has an end-to-end encryption system.
However, now in the beta version, users will be able to use WhatsApp simultaneously in 4 linked devices with one phone, even if their phone is switched off.
However, now in the beta version, users will be able to use the WhatsApp simultaneously in 4 linked devices with one phone , even if their phone is switched off.
Each device will allow users to use the WhatsApp account freely while the end-to-end encryption feature will also remain intact.
According to Facebook, new technology has been developed to maintain end-to-end encryption in multi-device support, which will ensure end-to-end encryption while syncing data from contact names and chat archives across different devices.
The post further stated that WhatsApp’s new multi-device architecture will eliminate the need for smartphones and the service will be used in various devices while data will also remain safe and private.
Post added that WhatsApp’s new multi-device architecture will eliminate the need for smartphones and the service can be used in different devices while data will remain secure and private.
WhatsApp says that before introducing multi-device support to all users, it will continue to improve beta version performance and add features before introducing multi-device support to all users.
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 old WhatsApp versions on their phones.
The feature of support for several devices was first reported in July 2019. WABetainfo reported at that 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 reports that emerged later, the main device will not even need a dynamic Internet connection like whatsapp web during multi-device support.
Even if the phone is not available to you, it will be possible to use a WhatsApp account in the web or other devices just like Facebook messenger.