Currently, on messaging service WhatsApp, users are able to create an account in a single phone from a number, but soon a wonderful feature will be available. WhatsApp has been working on the multi-device support feature for a long time and with the help of this, WhatsApp can be run on multiple devices from a single number. Apart from the leaks that have surfaced so far, details related to this have also been shared by WABetaInfo. It has been revealed that with the help of this, users will be able to link four devices to a single account.
This feature has been provided by WABetaInfo, a site that monitors changes and updates to WhatsApp. It has been revealed that in the app, users will get a separate section of 'Linked Devices'. It will show in which device the user is using WhatsApp from that number. This new section will come in the menu of the app and it can be accessed by tapping on the three dots appearing in the top right. This is where users also get options like Settings, New Group, New Broadcast and Star Messages.
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Work on new advanced search feature
In the new section, not only the users will get the option to link a new device but also the already linked devices will be seen. Also, with the stamp stamp, it will be seen when the last time WhatsApp was active on that device. Apart from multi device support, the company is also working on advanced search mode. A report by WABetaInfo says that users may also see a new user interface on the Android app very soon.
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Wi-Fi sync will be needed
WABetaInfo has seen these features in Android beta version 188.8.131.52 of the app. Currently these new features are in development, so the rollouts have not been done for beta users as well. The report, which was revealed last month, said that Wi-Fi Sync may be required to run WhatsApp on different devices. In the previous Android beta version, the primary registration screen of the Facebook-owned app was shown and was asked to login with Wi-Fi.