If you are one of those users who want to log in to their WhatsApp account on more than one device, then the company is soon going to release a new Multi Device Support update.
WhatsApp may begin early testing of the much-anticipated multi-device feature soon. This feature, as the name suggests, will enable users to login into multiple devices with the same WhatsApp account, without having to log out of any of them.
This feature is expected to allow users to link up to four devices with the same account at once. Multi-device support on WhatsApp has leaked in the past on many occasions and it is now tipped to be nearing launch. This comes after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart confirmed that multi-device testing for public beta users will roll out in a month or two.
Public Beta Testing of Multi-Device Support for WhatsApp
WhatsApp tracking site Wabetainfo has posted and told users that WhatsApp will soon roll out the public beta version of this feature. Which will be available only for limited users for now, which will be made live for all users in the coming time. According to the tracker, the multi-device beta will enable the use of WhatsApp Web on the phone without an internet connection.
As the name suggests, this feature will enable users to log in to multiple devices with the same WhatsApp account without having to log out from any of them. This feature is expected to allow users to link up to four devices simultaneously with a single account.
WhatsApp users need to be on the latest beta version of WhatsApp on Android and iOS to be able to participate in the multi-device beta program. The first version of the public beta is expected to launch soon. A screenshot of the multi-device feature was also shared by WABetaInfo, and it showed a dialog box that invites users to join the multi-device beta.
In a conversation with Wabetainfo, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said about the multi-device feature that this feature will be launched soon.
According to him, the instant messaging app is facing a problem in syncing all the messages and content of the users properly across the devices when the phone’s battery runs out. But according to him, the company has sorted out this problem and plans to bring this feature soon. WhatsApp wants users’ messages to be safe while switching on any device.