WhatsApp will soon allow you to link secondary mobile devices

WhatsApp trial capability to connect secondary devices to one account

After working on multi-device support for its messaging platform for a long time, WhatsApp finally started rolling it out to all users late last year. While users can now link multiple desktop or laptop devices to their WhatsApp account to freely use the platform on their PC, the feature does not allow them to link a secondary mobile or tablet device yet. However, that may soon change as the Meta-owned giant has started hinting at this potential.

WhatsApp will soon support multi-device secondary mobile devices

According to a recent report by the reputed WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfowhatsapp may be soon You can link your secondary smartphone or tablet to your account, The tipster found a preview of the feature in WhatsApp’s latest beta version

The report shows the UI of the feature and the company has already developed a new one “Register the device as an affiliate” section in the app. Notably, WhatsApp had already confirmed last year to expand multi-device support for its platform. You can see the preview attached below.

whatsapp link secondary device feature launched soon

Once the feature goes live, users will be able to link secondary smartphones and tablets to their existing WhatsApp accounts. in this way, they will be Able to use messaging with the same account on multiple mobile devices independently, without the need to keep the primary device connected to the Internet at all times. The secondary device linked to the WhatsApp account will be called a “companion” device and users will need to scan the QR code on their primary device to link them.

Now, you should know that the UI is currently incomplete as the instructions below say that users will have to point their secondary device towards the QR code in order to link it. However, the QR code, which should appear in the middle of the screen, is currently missing. Hence, we can expect the company to make some changes to the UI before finally rolling out the feature to the users.

whatsapp link secondary device feature launched soon

WABetaInfo It says that this feature is still under development. Hence, there is no information on when the company might release it on the platform. So, stay tuned for further updates, and let us know your thoughts on the ability to connect secondary mobile devices to WhatsApp in the comments below.

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