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WhatsApp to soon roll out Multi-device 2.0 and message reaction feature on its platform

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Last Updated on 22/11/2021 by Riya

WhatsApp’s iPad and Android tablet users will soon be able to use a new feature called Multi-Device 2.0, the upcoming feature has currently been available as the beta version, shortly before the release. This feature will allow users to use their WhatsApp accounts on up to four different devices.

According to tech radar, Users will be able to use WhatsApp on numerous devices without having to keep their phone linked using Multi-Device 2.0 feature.

Aside from that, the message reaction feature is also on the way to be rolled out on Android devices. According to the sources, this feature will soon be available for Android users. Unfortunately, no information on the feature’s official debut has been provided by the company yet.

However, for your information, the Message Reactions feature is already spotted on the iOS platform. This functionality is currently in the testing stage for Android devices according to Web Beta’s most recent report.

How the WhatsApp reaction feature will work?

WhatsApp’s reaction feature works similarly to the feature available on Instagram. The users will be able to convey their messages using emojis. Users will notice a slew of emojis on top of the message once the feature will be available on the platform, just select one of the emojis that best fits your need.

For the past few years WhatsApp is continuously launching useful features for its users, in August, WhatsApp launched the “View Once” feature which automatically deletes photographs and videos after they have been viewed once.

The View Once feature is currently present in iPhone devices. This feature is also likely to be rolled out for Android users shortly.

Riya
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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