The popular instant messaging app WhatsApp has introduced the multi-account feature for its Android users. After requesting this feature, users can add more than one account in their WhatsApp app. This feature will provide the convenience of multiple accounts in a single app, similar to apps like Facebook and Instagram.
According to a report by WABetaInfo, I have been testing this feature in WhatsApp beta version 22.214.171.124. Currently, this feature is in the development phase and is only available to beta testers. The new update will be made available to all users in a short period of time.
In this update: Personal and private chats will remain in separate apps. Notifications will also be separate for both accounts. Until now, only one account could be added in one WhatsApp. To use more than one account, users will have to utilize features like dual apps or dual mode cloning.
Recently, WhatsApp has introduced many new features. Recently, WhatsApp has introduced three new features for video calls. These include screen sharing, landscape mode, and video messaging features. With the screen sharing feature, users can share their device’s screen with other users during video calls. Along with this, during video calls, the landscape mode can also be used on mobile devices.
Users can schedule video calls along with voice calls. In addition to the scheduled calling feature, other features have also been rolled out. WhatsApp users can schedule both voice and video calls through this. However, detailed information about the process has not been provided yet.
With this, WhatsApp users can also send short video messages using the video messaging feature. Through this feature, users can record and send real-time videos up to 60 seconds long. The company claims that these messages will also be end-to-end encrypted.