WhatsApp test log-out to enable expanded multi-device support

WhatsApp is experimenting with a feature which lets users log out to a connected smartphone. It has also revealed a company's progress to the release of multi-device support functions in WhatsApp beta update 2.21,30.16. The log-out feature works on WhatsApp and WhatsApp Business to prevent users from deleting or uninstalling WhatsApp from logout an account.


The WABetainfo tracker has a log-out feature to allow users to disconnect a system from the WhatsApp account. Until now, WhatsApp has been able to disable or delete the app for unlinking a device. If the application has not backed up, though, data loss may be caused.

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WhatsApp test log-out to enable expanded multi-device support

A WABetaInfo WhatsApp post says that updating to the message service beta 2.21.30.16 provided a log-out capability to uninstalling users from their WhatsApp accounts. Users will uninstall the app only till now or remove the app from the computer to deactivate the application. WhatsApp only allows the option to However, uninstalling the app will cause data loss if there is no backup.


The development of this log-out function reveals that it is necessary for WhatsApp to support multi-user, as logging in to several accounts would make it useful to log off a device. In the paper, multi-device support is described in two ways, one on WhatsApp and the other on connected smartphones. Instead of having an Internet connection on the primary device, users should use WhatsApp Web. Furthermore, you can log in to your WhatsApp account through four different devices. There is also no requirement for an active internet connection on the handset. A.WABetaInfo also suggests that in the future the restriction for four devices could change.

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