While it continues to test the dark mode for its desktop version, WhatsApp has also been indicating that it may soon release the long-awaited support for multiple devices. The news has been commented on by WABetaInfo staff for some time.
Now, after a few weeks, behold, WhatsApp has started testing the functionality on its internal channel. Of course, the novelty should take a little longer to reach the beta audience, for example.
Even so, it is a great advance that the resource is being tried by the messenger team. Thus, the intention is to check for possible bugs, errors and problems so that everything works in a simple and easy way as in Telegram.
When available to the public, the multi-device mode should work very simply. The login will be done as in WhatsApp Web, and the messages will be synchronized between all devices.
Thus, the user can have the same WhatsApp on two smartphones, on the tablet or even on the PC. However, as highlighted by WABetaInfo, it is still too early to know when the news will be released to the public.
That's because messenger developers tend to be slower with great functionality. An example of this can be seen with the dark mode, which took many months to reach the beta version.