In July 2022, WhatsApp released an update to support the possibility of easy transfer of the supported version of chats between Android and iOS. However, it seems that WhatsApp has plans New features to transfer chat history to provide
With the release of the latest beta version of WhatsApp, a new option has been added to the conversation settings menu of this messenger. This new option allows WhatsApp users to transfer their conversation history from one Android phone to another without having to create a backup copy of the chats in Google Drive. If you are looking to quickly transfer your WhatsApp chats to another smartphone, this feature will surely come in handy. In this case, you don’t need to worry about whether the cloud backup is up-to-date or not.
Naturally, the option to back up your chats will still be available in Google Drive, and at least for now, it won’t be completely replaced by the new ability to transfer conversations. Now, if you care about keeping your chat history safe, you’ll probably find both options useful.
New features of WhatsApp
Currently, there is no information on when it will be added to the public version of WhatsApp. But improving the features of this messenger is always considered a happy thing for news users. WhatsApp has recently released some useful features. The latest feature is proxy support for users around the world. Of course, this is not all that this company has planned for its fans. It seems that WhatsApp is investigating the ability to simultaneously manage multiple user accounts on one device. While this feature is currently in beta, many users are waiting for its release. In addition, support for picture-in-picture mode is enabled in the iOS beta version of this messenger.
Meta’s many plans are gradually coming to fruition, and it looks like the company is aiming to make the most of 2023. It’s great that the company is rolling out so many new features based on user requests and feedback.
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