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The ‘complementary mode’ will allow you to use WhatsApp on up to two cell phones • ENTER.CO

Although WhatsApp has a web version for computers and has been making different changes and updates to this version, users are not satisfied with it. This is why Meta, the parent company of Meta has decided to integrate the ‘add-on’ mode with which you will be able to synchronize your chat with more devices.

Of course, this is not new in the world of instant messaging applications. For example, Telegram has a similar feature; you can keep your account open on two or more devices. However, WhatsApp will not be as broad as its competition. As reported in WABetainfo reports, WhatsApp will allow you to connect your chat with one more device.

This new function would allow those people who use the same WhatsApp for work and personal issues. Using the app from two different phones makes it much easier to distinguish between personal and business conversations. Although the company has not made any announcement in this regard, WABetainfo found in the Android beta version of WhastApp 2.22.15.13, a new indicator of the ‘complementary mode’.

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However, it was found in the finding that apparently when using a WhatsApp account from any of the complementary devices, the app will fully synchronize the chats. After this, it will delete or migrate all the information from the original phone, that is what is not clear yet. Well, if so, the function would not make much sense; It could also be a complicated process.

WhatsApp currently has the ‘multi-device’ option; This allows you to connect a smartphone and three other devices. However, the only devices allowed are computers, tablets, and smart displays. Said like that, the ‘complementary mode’ will be a useful function for those who use two cell phones daily. Once the function reaches the full version of the application, we will inform you.

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