WhatsApp’s long-awaited Multi-device functionality is now available in the app. The functionality allows users to use WhatsApp on the browser and on other computers without having to connect their primary phone to the internet.
The functionality has been requested by users several times in the past. It makes it easy for consumers to keep their phones and computers in sync. Make sure you have the newest beta version of WhatsApp installed before continuing with the instructions. The following is a step-by-step instruction to using the WhatsApp multi-device feature:
Step 1: Open WhatsApp and choose the three dots in the upper right corner. Select ‘Linked Devices’ from the drop-down menu. Yes, the option for ‘WhatsApp Web’ has been removed.
Step 2: When you click it, you’ll get a popup that says “Try New Improvements.” Now choose ‘Learn More.’
Step 3: WhatsApp publishes a notice regarding a few difficulties users may encounter when using the function. Because it’s a beta, this is to be anticipated. You may also unenroll from the beta at any moment from this same screen if you so want. You can rejoin it at any moment after then.
Step 4: Go back a screen and click on ‘Link a Device’ now that you’ve joined in the beta.
Step 5: Scanning a QR code on a PC to link your phone with the desktop/web app is now the standard procedure. Then you may switch off the phone’s internet and WhatsApp will continue to operate on your PC without any problems. Previously, WhatsApp on PC required the phone to be constantly connected to the internet.
So that was our tutorial to using WhatsApp on a PC without any problems. For individuals who spend the majority of their day in front of a computer, WhatsApp’s functionality addresses a lot of difficulties.