WhatsApp Companion Mode is about to be rolled out soon by the parent company Meta. Let us look into what is this feature and how it will help you.
It is not possible to run the same WhatsApp on multiple smartphones, but WhatsApp will soon allow you to use your WhatsApp account on multiple phones at the same time.
Nowadays, people are so attached to WhatsApp, or to say that their work has been added, that users want to use it on multiple devices at the same time. People do this as well, and it is possible on a PC, laptop, or MacOS.
Users on PC, laptop, or macOS can log in to WhatsApp while smartphones continue to run, but this functionality is limited to these devices. It is currently not possible to run the same WhatsApp on any other smartphone without a PC, Laptop, or MacOS, but WhatsApp will soon allow you to use your account on multiple phones at the same time.
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WhatsApp Companion Mode
WhatsApp is developing a new feature called WhatsApp Companion Mode. This new feature allows you to synchronise your chat history across multiple devices. WhatsApp, like Telegram, allows users to use the app on multiple devices at the same time.
According to WABetaInfo, the companion mode has appeared as a pop-up indicator on the beta version of WhatsApp Android version 126.96.36.199. WABetaInfo shared a screenshot of WhatsApp syncing chat history with a connected device.
The Advantages of WhatsApp Companion Mode
WhatsApp is used by everyone. Almost everyone uses WhatsApp to communicate or work. Because users interact with various devices throughout the day, WhatsApp must support all types of devices. As of now, it is not possible to use any of your accounts on any phone other than your phone; WhatsApp sends notifications and you can only use WhatsApp on one phone; however, the upcoming companion mode will solve this problem and you will be able to run the same WhatsApp account on two phones at the same time. This new feature can also sync chat history.