- WhatsApp Web I will enable you to link multiple devices
- You guys can continue chatting even without connecting the phone to the internet
- There is no information about the availability of the feature on the stable version
The world’s most favourite instant messaging application WhatsApp gets a new feature on everyday and now the developers of the instant messaging application testing a new feature that will be handy for those who have multiple accounts on the board. It is reported that the developers are working on a feature that will enable you to link multiple devices to the WhatsApp Web and you are not required to connect your phone to the internet to continue your chatting.
WhatsApp is offering the new ability on the beta version and it enables users to link up to 4 devices. You guys can enable the feature in the “Linked Devices” section of the application. It is worth mentioning that to access the feature you need to join the beta.
How to enable WhatsApp on other devices without phone online
- First of all, you need to open the WhatsApp application and then go to the “Linked Devices” and then select “Link a Device”.
- Now you will see e prompt to scan a QR Code from web.whatsapp.com.
- You may need to select a “Join Multi-Device Beta” in case it shows up for you, as the feature is still in the beta stage.
- Then scan the QR code from the WhatsApp app and that’s it.
Having said that, linked devices will be able to receive and send messages up to 14 days after the main smartphone gets disconnected from the internet. After 14 days, you need to reconnect the smartphone to continue chatting. It is worth mentioning that the iOS version of the app will enable to delete messages or conversation threads from a linked device.
The feature is currently available on Android and IOS and the same can be tested by the beta users.
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