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WhatsApp is reportedly working on another new feature, which will eventually end the irritation of different sign-ins on devices. Yes, the world-popular messaging app is slowly and steadily heeding user requirements by declaring a few nifty features or traits that are either have been rolled out or under development.


However, while these features provide faster means to toy around with, some basic functionalities are yet not accessible for the mobile app. One feature is devoid of simultaneous log-in sessions on multiple gadgets, which is extremely anticipated.

Now, it appears WhatsApp might be searching to permit users to sign in concurrently on a different range of devices. As per the WABetaInfo that promises the validation of the development, WhatsApp is building a new strategy that encapsulates more than one sign-in sessions on multiple devices at diverse locations for one account.

Upcoming Feature of WhatsApp

Moreover, the WhatsApp watchdog promises that the texts across devices “will be still end-to-end encrypted” since the Facebook-owned chat application “was” building a system to give keys to “specific devices” available with an account.

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If the reports to be believed, the information given by WABetaInfo was retweeted, in order to add that there are going to be the screenshots of the feature “within a few weeks.” As of now, it is not precise or certain when the feature is going to reach or how it will operate. One thing which is also not certain is the accurate roll out time of this anonymous feature. Rest assured, WhatsApp will surely push the attribute on the beta channel earlier than the latter is set to create it to the constant channel.

The organization hasn’t comment anything on this feature so far. At the present time, a user can use the WhatsApp application only on one device at a time. If users logged on to a new device or system, the old one, displays the account logged or signed out. Besides, this meddles with the backup & restore of the chats automatically on different devices, until or unless handled manually.

Nevertheless, WhatsApp Web is possible to be assessed with the help of a browser on a PC, smartphone, PC, or even a tablet, simultaneously with the application. For this to function, the user requires to scan the QR code on the display with the help of the camera of the phone, which is in use for WhatsApp.


Vinay Kumar

Vinay Kumar is the brilliant mind behind the technology at Fluper, serving as the Chief Technology Officer. With a wealth of experience in software development and a passion for leveraging the latest technologies, Vinay drives the technical vision of Fluper's projects. His expertise in creating scalable and robust solutions ensures Fluper delivers best-in-class products exceeding client expectations.

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