WhatsApp finally supports up to 4 devices

Finally, WhatsApp made available its multi-device feature that was long awaited by users.

As of now, it is possible to link up to four devices, which include smartphones, tablets, and computers.

WhatsApp with multi-device functionality available

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Users have been waiting for this new feature for a long time and now it is time to share the good news that WhatsApp now has multi-device functionality. In other words, it allows users to access their platform account on up to four devices at the same time.

Previously, this feature was only available on the web version of the chat platform, but now the feature has been upgraded to this new version that can be used on smartphones, tablets, and computers.

Better: The feature now allows messages sent and received on any of the four associated devices to be synced across all of them for up to one year. On the other hand, if your main smartphone is turned off, you can access your WhatsApp messages on any other device on that account. All because each team connects to the platform individually.

It should be noted that all messages, multimedia content and calls are end-to-end encrypted on each of the associated devices. But be careful if your main smartphone remains idle for a long time, WhatsApp will automatically disconnect the account on all connected devices.

How to enable the new feature on Android and iOS devices

To link up to four devices to your WhatsApp account, you must follow these steps:

1. Download or update the latest version of the platform from the Play Store or Apple Store.

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2. Open WhatsApp on the secondary device and enter the country code and phone number. Then click “pair a new device”.

3. On your primary smartphone, within the chat platform, go to the settings menu and choose “paired devices”. Then select “pair new device” and scan the barcode that appears on the secondary device. And that is.

The new feature also has the option to remove any secondary devices. When necessary, the user simply opens WhatsApp on the primary smartphone and navigates to the “paired devices” menu. Then it’s simple just click the “exit” option of that same child device.

The new feature is gradually rolling out, but in the next few weeks it should be available to all users.

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