Companion mode, the new functionality that WhatsApp will include

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If more than 2,000 million WhatsApp users around the world request something, it means that the messaging app includes the ability to Works with different devices At the same time and without the need to connect to the Internet. Fortunately, the company led by Mark Zuckerberg has responded to requests, although there is no confirmed release date yet.

According to the site wabetainfoWhatsApp is rolling out a new update with Google Play beta (Version 2.22.15.13). The main novelty is the synchronization of chats between mobile devices.

As evidenced by the mediator, latest news The long-awaited multi-device post came to light in May this year. The article highlighted the advantages of the so-called “companion mode” for WhatsApp.

What is an “accompanied mode”?

The new WhatsApp feature will allow users to link a secondary mobile device to their WhatsApp account No need to connect to the internet Active on the main machine.

In other words, every user will be able to use the same WhatsApp account on more than one device at the same time. Something is already possible by connecting a desktop device, such as a computer (via WhatsApp Web). Now only WhatsApp is working on the ability to link Secondary phone for the same account.

Thanks to the new WhatsApp beta update for Android 2.22.15.13, wabetainfo He was able to make sure that the platform was syncing the chat history between devices.

When users log into WhatsApp from a secondary mobile device, their conversations are copied from safe road on the accompanying device. However, they explained that the process could take some time to complete, so the platform is working on adding the same system message to WhatsApp Web/Desktop. The message states that the chats are still synchronized, so old messages are unavailable, at least for a moment.

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