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    Friday 24 July 2020

    Multiple device login feature in WhatsApp

    Multiple device login feature in WhatsApp WhatsApp is back in the news again, this time According to a report by WABetaInfo, some devices in the Android beta version of WhatsApp have a 'Linked Device' feature. The company is currently testing this feature. This feature allows the user to use his WhatsApp account in multiple devices simultaneously.

    Multiple device login feature in WhatsApp

    New hidden tracks for the feature that allows to use the same WhatsApp account on multiple devices, and the advanced search mode!

    WhatsApp currently has only one login device support. This means that the user logs in to the same PC / Laptop via WhatsApp Web in Mobile. Apart from this, if a user is using WhatsApp installed in one phone, then WhatsApp cannot be installed in another mobile with the same number. WhatsApp has been working for 1 year for multiple device support feature

    With the help of this new feature, the user can be active on 4 devices simultaneously and perform different activities, but the results of the action of any one device will be the same on all the devices. This means that if a user deletes a chat on one of the devices, it will also be automatically deleted from the other 3 devices.

    • WhatsApp news tracking website wabetainfo tweeted information about the new feature
    • The new feature will allow the user to log in to 4 devices simultaneously
    • The action of any one device will apply to all devices
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