WhatsApp has been testing a feature for several months that allows users to transfer their account to other devices such as the WhatsApp web version Connect and continue sending and receiving messages without the need for their smartphone to be online. This feature is now officially available to all users in the latest WhatsApp update for both Android and iOS versions.
Make sure your phone is. But with the release of this very useful feature, you no longer need your smartphone to be online to connect to the WhatsApp web version. To use this feature, you need to select the Multi-device beta option in WhatsApp. Once enabled, all your previous connections to each device will be canceled before you reconnect to a new device. After reconnecting to the device, you can chat with your friends, regardless of whether your smartphone is online or offline. In addition, messages and calls are still encrypted as before.
With this new feature You will be able to use the WhatsApp web version for 14 days after your phone is offline. If you are in a situation where you do not have your smartphone with you and you need to communicate with people through WhatsApp, or if your smartphone runs out of battery and you have access to a computer, this new feature will definitely come in handy. Of course, this feature also comes with some limitations. Unfortunately, there is a limit on iOS that you can not delete your messages in the web version. It is also not possible to connect WhatsApp to two smartphones or tablets. To access this feature, you need to have the latest version of WhatsApp installed on your smartphone and activate this useful feature by referring to the "Linked devices" section.
WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging application in the world. And about 2 billion users around the world use it. Currently, after sending a message, there is a time limit for deleting the message, but it seems that WhatsApp, like Telegram, intends to remove this limit. In 2018, this platform made it possible to delete messages for both sides of the chat, but users can delete it up to 4096 seconds (68 minutes and 16 seconds) after sending the message.
WABetaInfo site, which Coverage of WhatsApp news has found evidence that this restriction has been lifted in the latest beta version. Meta (formerly Facebook) has been paying close attention to WhatsApp in recent months. For example, some time ago it was possible to transfer chats from iPhone to Android, and backup versions of chats now use universal encryption. It remains to be seen what new features these popular messengers will use in the future to increase user satisfaction.