WhatsApp is currently testing a feature that allows users to use the same account on multiple Android devices
The WhatsApp messaging platform, which is owned by Meta, is always adding new features to enhance its users’ experiences. At the moment, the platform is testing a feature that would enable users to use the same WhatsApp account on a “secondary” Android device. This would be a significant improvement for WhatsApp users. Users would be able to link their smartphone’s primary WhatsApp account to their secondary device, such as an Android tablet, according to Android Authority. This would eliminate the need for users to create separate accounts for secondary devices, which is currently a feature that is only available to those who are testing the beta version of WhatsApp.
In a manner analogous to how users verify themselves on WhatsApp Web, users will have the ability to scan the QR code that is displayed on their secondary device with the app installed on their smartphone. Once the user has successfully logged in, all of the conversations that were taking place within the mobile app on the phone will be displayed on the secondary device, enabling users to effortlessly resume conversations where they left off. The experience that you get from using WhatsApp Web is very similar to this.
A function known as “forward media with the caption” was just added to WhatsApp. This tool enables users to add captions to media that they send to their friends. In addition, users are now able to search for older images, movies, and other media by searching for the caption. WhatsApp has become a feature-rich messaging platform since the release of Communities, Message Yourself, forwarding images with subtitles, and the ability to use the same account on a secondary device.