How To Link Your WhatsApp Account To Four (4) Smartphones Including Devices; Step By Step

WhatsApp will now allow you to operate the messaging app on four phones or devices at once.

The Meta-owned messaging application is rolling out across the world and will begin operating soon.

Earlier, only one account could be operated from one mobile. Although, one could still open WhatsApp web on a web browser or your laptop/computer.

The announcement for the new feature was shared in a blog post by the company mentioning that this feature will allow users to seamlessly continue message threads and access all their photos and other media details from multiple devices without compromising on security or privacy. It said, “We’re improving our multi-device offering further by introducing the ability to use the same WhatsApp account on multiple phones.” This means that at a given time, you’ll be able to link four devices to one WhatsApp account, however, the primary phone would retain the power to authorise the login credentials. Messaging for the app has also been simplified by connecting phones as companion devices, implying a user can choose to swap between smartphones without signing out from his/her primary device and continue chatting from where they left his/her previously.

WhatsApp Business in a tweet said, “A new way to better serve your customers just dropped Now you can enable up to 4 employees to connect to the same WhatsApp Business account, directly through their smartphones.”

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Here’s your ultimate guide on how you can use WhatsApp on 4 different devices:

First, download the messaging app on your secondary phone. Open WhatsApp on the phone.

After opening the app, go to ‘Settings.’

Select ‘Linked Devices.’

After selecting this option, you’ll see a bunch of instructions to verify your details. Follow those.

Use your primary phone’s camera to scan the QR code from the secondary device.

As per media reports, soon instead of scanning a QR code, one can just enter the One Time Password (OTP) on their phone number to enable device linking.

But what if your primary phone is low on battery and switches off? Well, in this case, you don’t need to worry as you can still access WhatsApp on a secondary phone. You can even do it if you don’t have Internet access on the primary phone.

However, if the primary phone is “signed out,” then all secondary devices will automatically be signed out.

This new feature will allow users to have a WhatsApp account on both, Android and iOS devices, and then can add a companion device, which can be an Android or an iOS device.

credit: wion

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