WhatsApp Will Soon Allow User to use same WhatsApp account on multiple devices.

One WhatsApp account of multiple devices.

WhatsApp new feature will let users access the same WhatsApp account on multiple devices like your smartphone and tablets having the same WhatsApp account.

The company is testing this multiple device support feature for a very long time. The feature is still under development mode and the latest beta version of WhatsApp showcase a ‘Linked Devices’ option for enabling multiple device support. The beta version is also suggesting that the feature might be rolled out soon.

According to a report by WABetaInfo, the online portal dedicated entirely to the coverage of the Facebook-owned messaging platform. The is a new Android Beta release of the WhatsApp, version 2.20.152 showcase “Linked Devices” feature for accessing the same WhatsApp account from multiple devices.

WhatsApp Multiple Device Feature

The WABetaInfo also shared some screenshot showing the Linked Devices feature. The message on the screenshot reads, “Use WhatsApp on other devices. Send or receive messages from your browser computer or Facebook portal” and just below the message, you will find “Link a new device’" option. As the feature is still under development, there is no official release date of this feature. 

In the earlier Beta version screenshot shared by WABetaInfo shows a login page on the app. The login page is might for asking the users to log in the same WhatsApp account on another device. The app is also suggesting the user connect the device to a Wi-Fi network. It is because it may require a large amount of data or the loading may become slow. There is no proper explanation that why the device needs a high-speed internet connection.

From the launch date till now, the messaging app, WhatsApp is limited to a single device for a single account, you cannot access the same WhatsApp account from two different devices at the same time. But soon the company is bringing a new feature for the user to access the same account on different devices. 

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