Whatsapp recently launched a multi-device feature that allows users to use their WhatsApp account on four more devices.
This feature was launched due to users finding it difficult to use their WhatsApp account on more than one device.
And now there is a new update to the multi-device feature, which we will talk about in this article.
Later they launched WhatsApp web, which allows you to mirror your WhatsApp chat on a browser and then chat from your computer.
This feature worked fine, allowing users to use the app on two devices but with a downside.
The downside was that there should be an internet connection on the phone before sending and receiving a message on the WhatsApp web.
Due to this, the developers then launched a multi-device feature, which means you will be able to use your WhatsApp on multiple devices without the need first to turn on data on your phone.
This latest feature was rolled out to beta testers, but it was an opt-in feature, meaning beta testers will have to opt-in to use their WhatsApp account on multiple devices.
WhatsApp has recently submitted a beta update through the google play store, and in this update, WhatsApp is forcing all beta testers to have access to the multi-device feature.
At first, beta testers would have to opt-in to use this feature, but now, it will be available to all beta testers.
All beta testers will now be able to use the multi-device feature and use their account on multiple devices without the need to first turn on the internet connection of their first phone.