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- A great feature of WhatsApp
- Moreover, chatting without phone active or internet
- Know the speciality of the Multi-Device feature
Users have been hearing about the Multi-Device Feature of WhatsApp for a long time. In such a situation, we have brought good news for you. Whatsapp has started rolling out this feature. With the help of this feature, users will be able to run WhatsApp simultaneously on four different devices apart from the phone. Let us know some of the specialities of this special feature. Read Also: My photo phone dialer – Contacts
WhatsApp phone-less feature
The speciality of multi-device support is that users will be able to enjoy WhatsApp chatting on other devices like laptops or desktops even when the phone is not active or connected to the Internet. However, an internet connection will be required to access WhatsApp on other devices. The company is currently rolling out this WhatsApp phone-less feature in the beta version. Read Also: The First 5G phone of India
Initially, these users will get the benefit
The company is initially making this feature available to users who are part of WhatsApp’s beta program. Moreover, the company is scheduling that in the coming time, it will also give stable version users the option to switch to the beta version. In the coming days, this option can be offered on the Linked Devices screen.
Very excited to be launching a beta of our new multi-device capability for @WhatsApp. Now you can use our desktop or web experiences even when your phone isn't active and connected to the internet. All secured with end-to-end encryption.
Learn more: https://t.co/AnFu4Qh6Hd
— Will Cathcart (@wcathcart) July 14, 2021
Will Cathcart tweeted
WhatsApp head Will Cathcart gave information about the multi-device support feature being rolled out for the beta version by tweeting from his official Twitter handle. Moreover, he said in the tweet that now users can take the desktop or web experience of WhatsApp even if the phone is not active. The company has started rolling out the new feature from Wednesday.
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