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WhatsApp is enabling the multi-device feature automatically. You can use your WhatsApp is multiple devices. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. It is one of the most popular instant messaging apps.

It always rollout the amazing feature for users to enhance their users’ experience. Recently it has rolled out the new cashback feature for specific beta users. Now it is rolling out the multi-device feature. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s multi-device feature. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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WhatsApp enabling multi-device feature

WhatsApp is enabling the multi-device automatically for specific beta tester. You can now use your account on up to four linked devices and one phone. You can use your WhatsApp on the linked device without having the active internet on your main phone.

As per the WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is rolling out the new beta update that removes the option to opt-out from the multi-device beta program. If you were part of the Multi-Device feature Beta program then you can’t leave the program now.

WhatsApp enabling multi-device feature
Image Credit: WABetaInfo

If any users didn’t join the multi-device beta program then it will log out their all linked devices. You can relink your devices again using the multi-device feature once WhatsApp enabled this automatically on your account. The Multi-device feature is also rolling out for some specific beta testers for iOS. It is rolling out this feature automatically on beta version

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WhatsApp was rolling out the multi-device feature 3 months ago. The multi-device feature lets users use their WhatsApp account on up to 4 devices without having an internet connection on the main device and 1 main device.

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