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WhatsApp’s new Multi-device feature

Whatsapp is set to make new updates in 2021; multi-device support is known to be the biggest update.

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Whatsapp is set to make new updates in 2021; multi-device support is known to be the biggest update.

However, 2020 being the eventful year lead to some updates including the COVID-19 support and there are rumors about the latest updates. People using different devices find it difficult as the web version or the desktop app still requires the primary phone to be active so a multi-device update is set to launch which will solve the problem. WhatsApp will allow up to four devices to be active from one account.

However, the highest numbers of video calls were made using WhatsApp on New Year 2021. The company is set to launch a web version of video calls which will benefit the company, especially in the ongoing pandemic as social distancing policies mean virtual meetings using video conferencing have taken preference.

WhatsApp is also recently working on a feature called mute audio. It will be useful for people who send videos often and who do not like sending the accompanying audio with it, this feature could be an advantage. It will allow users to mute the audio before sending a video. This could be updated on the status as well.

This was earlier called vacation mode and was reportedly stopped. However now the read later feature will be introduced with a slight improvement on the archived chats feature of WhatsApp, Read Later will essentially block new notifications from archived chats leaving them as they were.

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