Although it was said that WhatsApp is preparing the ability to support an account simultaneously on several different devices. Now new details of this feature have been identified that will not meet the expectations of users and this feature will end up in only one device.
According to a report published by the WABetaInfo website, which reflects the news about the WhatsApp application, the ability to support multiple WhatsApp devices is limited to the desktop version, the web version and the smart display of the Facebook portal. So it seems that at least in the initial version of this feature you can not from one account at the same time on several different devices Support. With this move, Facebook seems to be once again pointing to the expansion of its monitoring across all platforms.
A new report explains how this feature works by requiring users to connect their secondary devices separately to the main app on the phone.
It should be added that if users use the latest version of the WhatsApp application on their mobile phone, they can also receive incoming calls and messages on the desktop version, the web version or the smart display of the Facebook portal.
Desktop, web, and WhatsApp versions are now available to users, and to use them, your mobile phone needs to have an active Internet connection with the WhatsApp application. In this method, basically only the messages and chats of the users are transferred from the mobile phone to the desktop or the web.
According to a new report, support for an account simultaneously on several different devices will probably be activated in beta over the next few months, albeit for a limited number of users. Facebook is expected to add the ability to support one user account at the same time on another phone in the not-too-distant future. However, WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world, and these features, which some competitors like Telegram use, must have entered such a huge platform a long time ago.