WhatsApp has launched new features on its platform. In fact, just as WhatsApp will allow you to delete a message no matter when you send it, now it will also allow you to use WhatsApp Web without the need for your mobile to be connected to the Internet. You can even use WhatsApp Web when your mobile has run out of battery and also sign in on multiple devices.
How Does The Multi-Device Mode Of WhatsApp Work?
The fact that you can use the web version of WhatsApp independently of the mobile version of the app was something that users of the app had been asking for several months. This WhatsApp function is called the multi-device mode and it has already started to be launched for all users of the app.
The multi-device mode will not only allow you to send messages from your computer directly to its receiver, but it will also allow you to use WhatsApp on 4 devices. Of course, currently, the multi-device mode is only compatible with Android, iOS, and computers with the web version of the app.
In addition, it is currently not possible to use a WhatsApp account on several mobile devices, so you will have to use the app on a mobile and 3 computers with the web version of the app. Either way, it is possible that WhatsApp will be able to be used on various mobile devices in the near future.
How To Activate The Multi-Device Mode In WhatsApp?
To activate the multi-device mode and send messages from WhatsApp Web even when your mobile does not have Internet, you just have to open WhatsApp Web normally. So, if you want to activate the multi-device mode, you just have to do the following:
- Open the WhatsApp app.
- Select the 3 dots in the upper right.
- Tap on “Linked Devices.”
- Tap on “Pair a device.”
- Open WhatsApp Web.
- Scan the QR code that appears on WhatsApp Web with your mobile.
Once this is done, you can use WhatsApp Web normally. Keep in mind that if the web and mobile versions of WhatsApp work independently, your conversations and the content you receive will continue to synchronize. In fact, the messages you send from WhatsApp Web will be sent directly to the receiver, but it will also back up the message on your mobile phone.
This means that your mobile will no longer be an intermediary between the messages you send on WhatsApp Web and their recipient. Undoubtedly WhatsApp is working to improve its platform and the multi-device mode is an example of this. What’s more, WhatsApp will soon allow you to pause the voice memos that you are recording and this app will be even more interesting.