WhatsApp multiple devices support could land soon

WhatsApp multiple devices support could land soon

WhatsApp multiple devices support could land soon

According to the famous WhatsApp fan website WABetainfo, WhatsApp is now working on a new feature that will let you use your WhatsApp account on multiple devices at the same time. However, there was no clarity about when the feature will be officially rolled out. For instance, if you are using WhatsApp on your phone, you will be able to use it on your other phone or a tablet at the same time.

The new version has also shed some light on the feature that was earlier mentioned as "disappearing messages". The self-destructing messages feature was first spotted on the new Android beta version 2.20.83/2.20.84.

WhatsApp's new multiple-device feature is a long way from a stable update and the company might make massive changes to the feature before the official launch. Of course, you will be sent a security notification when your account is accessed on a different device, as is the norm for most popular apps that promise to keep users and their messages secure.

If you want to try out the WhatsApp beta, you'll have to sign up to the Google Play Beta Program. This would allow users to set a time limit to their chats. As the name suggests, these messages will delete automatically after a specific period of time.

When you select the Delete Messages option, you will be taken to a new window with three options beneath it such as Off, 1 hour, 1 Week, etc.

Expiring Messages will be available in both group chats and private chats and based on screenshots provided by WABetaInfo.

Also, when you enable the option, a timer logo appears next to the profile picture of the contact to show that the conversation has been configured to clear messages after a particular time.

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