According to the WABetaInfo website, it looks like the expected multi-device support will be added to WhatsApp Android and iOS soon.support for multiple devices so that you no longer need to be online to work with WhatsApp PC. You can safely work with this application without having to be online with your phone.
This feature is very useful and important. But we do not know why WhatsApp did not start earlier. Of course, we should also mention that for about 8 months, this feature was in the testing phase and later became available to WhatsApp beta users. But Amun is officially released for the public version of WhatsApp. It should be noted that according to the description provided on the WABetaInfo website, iOS users should receive this feature and several other features later this month, and Android users should also receive it in April.
After receiving this feature, four The device can simultaneously access your WhatsApp account so that users can communicate with their contacts on any device in any situation. The most important thing about this feature is that you do not need a smartphone (often as the main device) to connect to the account through another device.
Another item that is going to be released soon and during new updates for WhatsApp is to improve the speed of login to the account. It currently takes a long time for your messages to be downloaded when you sign in to your account. But apparently WhatsApp is working on this to speed up the process.
Keep in mind that some WhatsApp features may not be available for the web version. These include previewing sent links, checking location snapshots, stickers, and the like. But as far as we know, the company intends to offer these features so there is no need to worry.
Since this feature is so much needed and is also present in competing messengers, you may be wondering why WhatsApp has so far Does not it benefit? The answer is global cryptography. Before adding multi-device support to WhatsApp, WhatsApp provided an identity key for your account that was stored on your phone so that messages could be encrypted globally. Messages were not encrypted when your phone was out of reach when the battery was running low or something else and did not have an internet connection, so you were not allowed to chat. Even on another device.
But with these new changes, fortunately each device that connects to your WhatsApp account has its own identity key, and messages within that device are encrypted globally. . So you no longer need a phone that is constantly online. In this case, both security is preserved and the ease of work is increased. Just keep in mind that you may need to scan a code to connect other devices to your account. That means it will be needed for the initial connection to the phone.
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