WhatsApp beta is testing a major design change for its Android app and has added a feature that users have requested. Users can now synchronise their accounts on a second smartphone thanks to the new feature. This was confirmed by WABetaInfo and is being distributed to all Android WhatsApp testers.
Users must complete a few simple steps in order to use this feature. Install the most recent beta version of WhatsApp on your secondary smartphone first. Next, launch the app and select “link a device” from the top menu. Then, on your primary smartphone, go to settings > linked devices and point the camera at the secondary QR Code. Wait for synchronisation, and the two smartphones’ chat history, calls, and other data will automatically sync. Even if the primary one does not have an internet connection.
However, each device must function independently, and some features continue to fail. For example, the secondary device can manage broadcast lists and post a Status. The feature is currently only available to WhatsApp beta users on Android, but it will soon be available on iOS, and the messenger plans to release the synchronisation of up to four smartphones with the same account.
It is critical to note that WhatsApp must always ensure the presence of encryption for all messages and calls. This is done to protect user privacy and ensure the security of their data.
Finally, WhatsApp is constantly looking for ways to improve the user experience by adding new features and updates. The new account synchronisation feature on a second smartphone is a significant advancement. Users who want to access their WhatsApp account on multiple devices will appreciate it. As a result, we are awaiting its release in a stable version.