WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging app, has a multi-device feature in a new update.
According to Web Beta Info, a new update of WhatsApp 126.96.36.199 has been released which adds a feature for users to use their account on three devices at the same time, even if it is a beta tester. Why not
What is a multi-device feature?
The multi-device feature allows users to connect WhatsApp to 4 devices in addition to the main device. Users receiving this update will be able to use their WhatsApp account on different devices.
WhatsApp introduced this new multi-device feature on a trial basis in July this year, but now iOS and Android users will also be able to take advantage of this feature.
WhatsApp’s new multi-device feature allows connected devices to access WhatsApp even if the phone doesn’t have internet.
So far, users need an internet connection to connect the WhatsApp in their phone to the web and scan the QR code to access the WhatsApp web. The flow of messages also stops.
But now that the WhatsApp multi-device feature has been introduced, that has changed.
Open the WhatsApp and click on the Three Dots icon.
After clicking on the Link Devices, the user will see the Multi Device Beta option at the bottom, by clicking on which the user can take advantage of this new feature via Join Beta. If the user wants to leave the multi-device beta, he can go to the same option and use the leave option.
For iOS users.
Go to Settings after opening WhatsApp.
After clicking on the Link Devices, the user will see the Multi Device Beta option at the bottom, by clicking on which the user can take advantage of this new feature via Join Beta.
After joining the multi-device beta, users will no longer be able to call or message older versions of WhatsApp from mobile, desktop or other connected devices.
If you don’t use your phone for 14 days, WhatsApp will stop working on the devices connected to this phone.