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WhatsApp has rolled out a Beta version of “Multi-device compatibility” feature to allow users to access WhatsApp web without Internet

What has rolled out “Multi-device Compatibility” feature to allow users to connect to the WhatsApp Web, and Portal without needing to have an Internet connection. Although, the feature is still under testing period so the feature is currently not available for all users according to the WABetaInfo. However, to know whether the feature is available for you or not you need to go to the WhatsApp Settings, then tap on the Linked Devices option, If the multi-device option present there that means you will be able to use the beta feature.

WhatsApp often surprise users by introducing amazing features from time to time to let them use the platform conveniently. Recently, the Social messaging site had also incorporated a new feature to allow users to add themselves in-between a group video or voice call. The feature was made keeping in mind those people who misses a important group call and can’t join a call once it started. Along with it, the users are also able to drop the call and can rejoin it after sometime.

Presently, the feature enables only eight users to participate in a group video or voice call. As the feature is released for beta users the users can’t access all the facilities available in WhatsApp including pinned chats, live locations etc. Besides this, the users might also not be able to interact with the people who still uses the old version of WhatsApp.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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