Upcoming WhatsApp Features:
Users using instant messaging app WhatsApp have been waiting for multiple devices feature for a long time and now the latest report has revealed that this WhatsApp feature has reached its final testing stage for desktop, Android and iOS versions.
Let us know that WABetaInfo has shared some screenshots of multi-device support. It has been reported in the report that WhatsApp is preparing to enable this upcoming feature for its public beta tester.
In such a situation, whoever is on the WhatsApp user public beta program can get an update of this feature soon. At present, no information has been shared regarding how long the WhatsApp multiple devices support feature will roll out for all users. But there is not much time left in public beta availability now and it can be released soon.
Things related to WhatsApp Feature
WABetaInfo has also shared some more information about the upcoming WhatsApp feature, such that users will be able to run the same WhatsApp account on four different devices at the same time with the help of this feature.
This does not require an active Internet connection in your main device, such as with WhatsApp Web. After the introduction of this feature, even if your primary phone is turned off, you will still be able to access your WhatsApp account on the web or other devices.
Where will this feature appear
Apart from this, WhatsApp will also create a new UI for its desktop version for the multi-device support feature. This feature will be seen in Linked Devices in the WhatsApp app.
Here you can link your WhatsApp account to a new device and you will also be able to see the list of linked devices here.
Under Linkedin device you will find multi-device beta option, you can also turn this option on or off to use the feature.
It has also been mentioned that not all features will be available on multi-device support. However, WABetaInfo reports that features such as syncing chat history, starring / delivering messages and muting chat are available.
The company is currently testing this feature for the WhatsApp Android app. But it is expected that testing for iOS can start soon.