WhatsApp has long been said to be working away at the Multi-Devices support feature. This feature, as the reports in the past have nitty-gritty, will allow users to use something like four connected devices to get to their WhatsApp accounts without having their phones nearby. Over the past couple of months, various reports have detailed the progress that WhatsApp has been making in implementing this feature. Now, a new report says that the Facebook-owned messaging app is encouraging users to use the Multi-Device support feature or the Linked Devices feature.
WABetaInfo reports that WhatsApp is working on forcing people to update to the multi-device version. In a screenshot shared by the blogsite, WhatsApp shares the aspects of the feature that it has improved. “What’s improved?.. Your phone will presently don’t have to remain online to use WhatsApp on the web, desktop, or other devices. Up to four linked devices and 1 phone can be used at the same time,” WhatsApp wrote in the screenshot. It also explained that all of the users’ messages and calls will continue to be end-to-end encrypted even as WhatsApp users access their accounts from connected devices.
Clarifying the change, the blog webpage said that WhatsApp is requesting that users join the beta program for multi-device functionality as it has fixed a few issues that were causing experience issues to certain users. “WhatsApp can finally ask people to use multi-device, declaring the old behavior deprecated,”
the blog website added. All things considered, this component isn’t accessible in WhatsApp’s fundamental application yet. Be that as it may, in case you are a beta user, you might get to use it with a future update.
Separately, WhatsApp is also working on a new Disappearing Mode for people chats that will enable users to set a timer with regards to when select chats on its platform disappear. At this point, users can enable the Disappearing Mode feature with individual and group chats to make the selected chats disappear in seven days. Now, the messaging app is giving users two more options — 24 hours and 90 days — to make conversations in individual chats disappear. However, this feature is still in the development phase and it should be available in WhatsApp’s beta apps for Android and iOS with the next update.