WhatsApp, Multiple Device Coming: How to try it out in beta

WhatsApp, Multiple Device Coming: How to try it out in beta

WhatsApp Finally activated Multiple device support Inside Beta version Each Android e iOS. This function comes at the end of a long pregnancy and the first users who attend can try it out Test program. There are some Limit Remember, because function is still the subject of a development process, and it is available Small number of users, But the project is now entering a more mature stage.

Since we’ve been talking about this for months, it should be clear by now what’s in it, but note:

With the multi-device beta, you can use WhatsApp on up to four connected devices connected simultaneously without having to connect your phone.

In fact, by activating multi-device support, you can use the functions of the popular platform Su. WhatsApp web, desktop, portal without using a smartphone connected to the internet.

Beta functionality and limitations

The test program allows you to access one WhatsApp is the latest version of the web, desktop or portal To test multi-device support in advance. Participants can use additional tools without having to connect their smartphone to the Internet. Messages, multimedia files and calls are always protected by end-to-end encryption.

A few more should be noted Notes on activity:

  • WhatsApp can be used on up to four devices at the same time, but only one smartphone can be connected to a WhatsApp account;
  • You need to register a WhatsApp account and connect additional devices to your smartphone;
  • If the smartphone is not used for more than 14 days, the connected devices will be disconnected;

The first multi-device beta still has limitations, Especially the following activities Not supported:

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  • Live location display on additional devices;
  • Block chats on WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop;
  • Receive, view, and restore group invitations from the WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp desktop. To use these functions, you need to use your smartphone;
  • Recipients send messages or calls from a connected device if they are using an older version of WhatsApp on their smartphone;
  • Calls from the portal or WhatsApp desktop to connected devices that do not use the multi-device beta;
  • Other WhatsApp accounts on the portal will not work if the multi-device beta version is not used;
  • WhatsApp Business Users Can’t Change WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop Business Name or Labels

Who can test the multi-device beta

at the moment Only two categories of users can test the multi-device beta:

  • WhatsApp and WhatsApp Business Beta users using the latest WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS
  • Users of WhatsApp and WhatsApp business applications in some countries. However, the multi-device beta will then be introduced globally.

How to Participate in a Test Program (Skip)

Is a precondition Update to the latest version of WhatsApp Beta available for Android and iOS. It should be noted that the function is currently distributed and not everyone who participates in the test program will see it immediately. It is possible to find out if the activity is already active in your account and participate in the beta“Multi-device beta version” option In the application settings.

In more detail Steps to take:

  • Your Android:
    • WhatsApp> Open Other Options (Three Dot Symbol)
    • Select the connected devices
    • Select the multi-device beta version
    • Choose to join the beta version
  • Your iPhone:
    • Go to WhatsApp Settings
    • Select the connected devices
    • Select the multi-device beta version
    • Choose to join the beta version
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Leaving the test program is very simple: follow the same steps and select “Leave Beta” in the multi-device beta section.

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