Berikut Fun! One WhatsApp account can now be accessed on 4 cellphones
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – After testing since 2021, WhatsApp has officially expanded the Multi Device feature, which allows one WhatsApp account to be accessed on more than one smartphone or cellphone.
Based on the official statement received on Wednesday (26/04/2023), it was explained that the expansion of the Multi Device feature can be used by WhatsApp users to access their accounts on 4 different smartphones.
Each linked phone will connect to WhatsApp independently, ensuring that your private messages, media and calls are end-to-end encrypted.
Then if the user’s main device is inactive for more than 14 days, the WhatsApp account will automatically log out from other companion devices. This update is already rolling out to users globally and will be available to everyone in the next few weeks.
If you have got this feature, how to access one WhatsApp account on several cellphones is quite easy. Later when the user installs WhatsApp on a smartphone, there will be an option “Link to an existing account” or “Link to existing account.”
After tapping the button, WhatsApp will ask the user to scan the QR code on your main phone and the WhatsApp account will be accessible. This feature certainly makes it very easy for users to communicate.
This is because users can switch between several phones without leaving and they can immediately continue the last chat on WhatsApp.
Then if the user is a small business owner, their employees can now directly answer customer messages directly from their mobile with the same WhatsApp Business account.
On the same occasion, WhatsApp also plans to present features that make it easier for users to connect to the Web.
All you have to do is enter your phone number on WhatsApp Web to receive a one-time code that can be used to connect to your cellphone. Furthermore, users no longer need to scan QR codes to activate device linking.
“We look forward to bringing this feature to more companion devices in the future,” wrote WhatsApp. [NM/HBS]