WhatsApp users will be able to link their messaging profile to multiple devices, including tablets, some technology websites have reported.
As reported by WABetaInfo, this feature will be available thanks to a new mode called WhatsApp Companion Mode.
According to the report, WhatsApp currently offers the ability to connect 4 additional devices using the PC and tablet application and the web version of Messenger.
However, the new mode will allow you to connect one profile on multiple Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.
Note that if the user on the secondary device logs in to another account, the saved data for the secondary profile will be lost.
The famous instant messaging application, WhatsApp, owned by the MPTA company, continued to develop mythical features for its users, as the “WhatsApp” instant messaging application announced a set of features that it had mentioned last month.
On Thursday, he said in a blog post that his users can now increase the size of sent files to 2 gigabytes, a huge jump from the previous limit of 100 megabytes.
WhatsApp also announced on its blog that it is doubling the maximum size of group chats, from 256 to 512 participants.
But the famous application pointed out that the feature of larger groups will be introduced “slowly”, as she put it in her blog.
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