WhatsApp Web now lets you chat with your contacts even if your phone is off

WhatsApp Web can be one of the communication platforms most used by workers and students. This version for computers and laptops of the messaging app has received a new function that will make life easier for thousands of users: the multi-device mode the same one that is available on PC with Windows 11.

Many times we have been unable to reply to an important message from WhatsApp Web because our phone had no internet connection and it was turned off because it did not have enough battery. However, this will no longer happen from now on.

For some time now, the instant messaging application that belongs to Meta has been receiving incredible functions. It recently released the option to hide your last connection to certain contacts, as well as the multi-device mode allowing you to use the same account WhatsApp on up to five different computers.

However, in the case of computers, users only had to use the web browser to make use of this functionality, since in the application to Windows it was not available.

The reason for this is because WhatsApp on a PC can be used through a web browser or from the desktop application; the latter is the one that had not been updated for a long time.

From Meta, Mark Zuckerberg’s company, they have decided to launch an update in beta format for Windows 11 in which it is already possible that Internet users can make use of the multi-device mode from the WhatsApp application for PC without having the browser open.

Another novelty that the instant messaging service receives is end-to-end encryption, a UWP architecture that makes the platform faster and the possibility of adding transparency, according to Computer Hoy.

However, it is important to bear in mind that these characteristics, as well as the multi-device option They are only available in the beta version of WhatsApp for computers.

WhatsApp has just received an update that brings with it one of the most anticipated functions by users. The beta version of the app, available on Android devices, already allows you to send photos and videos that are automatically deleted after the receiver opens them.

As detailed by Wabetainfo, beta testers who download version of WhatsApp will be able to use this tool. It is worth mentioning that other services, such as Snapchat, have already owned it for some time.

Did you know that there is a method to access hidden WhatsApp features before they are officially released to the general public? It is very simple and all you have to do is participate in the beta program of the application.

The first step is to sign up for the WhatsApp beta tester community. If you are an Android user, you can do it from the Google Play website by clicking on the “Become a tester” button. Once done, the word Beta will appear next to the app in the app store.

On iOS, the TestFlight app will need to be installed. Upon entering it, press the ‘Continue’ button and then read the terms and conditions. The beta invitation link will appear, there select the option ‘Start testing’. Finally, this will take you to a section to install the trial version of WhatsApp.

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