Introduced an important feature in the smartphone messenger WhatsApp, this feature was eagerly awaited by the users.
According to the international website, WhatsApp’s biggest feature of 2021 is the use of this service in multiple devices at the same time, however, it is currently available on a limited scale.
WhatsApp has introduced multi-device support for testing in a public beta version that will be available to a limited number of users.
A statement on Facebook’s engineering website said the app, owned by Facebook, would first test the multi-device support feature in a limited number of beta users.
Although WhatsApp users can still use the messaging service on multiple platforms, they need to keep their smartphones connected, which is why
WhatsApp has an end-to-end encryption system.
However, now in the beta version, users will be able to use WhatsApp simultaneously with one phone in 4 other LinkedIn devices, even if their phone is switched off.
Users from each device will be able to use the WhatsApp account freely while the end-to-end encryption feature will remain.
According to Facebook, new technology has been developed to maintain end-to-end encryption in multi-device support, which will ensure end-to-end encryption while syncing data from contact names and chat archives across different devices.