WhatsApp Is Introducing A New ‘Multi-Account’ Feature

WhatsApp is in the race to give every feature to its user community to enhance their experience as soon as possible. It is now rolling out a new beta update by which the brand is offering a new feature with a new interface for the app settings. For now, the update is available on the Google Play Beta Program. 

What’s New With v2.23.18.21 

With this new update, WhatsApp is introducing a new feature named a “Multi-account”, which will add four moons to the app. It is understood from its name that it will facilitate the running of multiple accounts simultaneously. Now, the users can finally add an additional charge on their same device directly within WhatsApp Settings. However, this feature is not new for Meta because it is already available on its Instagram platform, but it is entirely new for WhatsApp users. 

The new Multi-account feature helps users manage their conversations from multiple accounts, even with a single app. Plus, the users will get separate notifications for their multi-accounts, allowing them to switch between versions simultaneously without even needing different devices or parallel applications. With this feature, users can now open their personal and professional reports on the same phones and manage them easily. 

Apart from this, the brand is also introducing a new interface for settings, which will be more modern and user-friendly, by which the users can easily and quickly get access to settings options. However, for now, the update is in its beta stage and only available for some lucky beta testers. Interested ones can get this update through the Google Play Beta Program. As soon as possible, the brand will release this new feature to all in future updates. 



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Aakash Gour

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