WhatsApp is one of the most used app that comes in many formats to access it. It can be installed on the mobile phone, tablet and computer but the WhatsApp mobile app is the top used format.
On WhatsApp Web users can enjoy the exchange of messages on their computer at the same speed as on their phone. There is a desktop application specially made for the messaging platform but users can sign in their account in the browser web as well. To sign in on the platform you can simply scan a QR code with your phone and it will automatically sinc with all your conversations from your phone.To get to the scanning part, in order to sign it, you have to go on the ‘Menu’ and select the ‘Settings’ icon.
WhatsApp Web comes with many other features rather than sending and receiving messages. Users still have the possibility to send emojis by using the keyboard, pressing Shift button followed by the ;/: Key and the first two letters of the emoji they want to send.
There is also a WAToolkitExtension that shows the preview messages even if the WhatApp web screen is not active. Even more, Chrome as a Zapp extension for users to set the volume and length of the voice messages before sending them.
The most important feature on WhatsApp Web is that users can sign in to multiple accounts simultaneously.
Users can not log in with two accounts at the same time on WhatsApp but there is a little trick that proved to be working. You can try to log in using an Incognito tab on different browsers such as Opera or Firefox in the same time by scanning the code. There is also the dyn.web.whatsapp.com which allows two accounts to be logged in the same time but it has some functional issues.
The most important part is that you can log in the same time on your phone, tablet and PC in the same time and the messages will be sent and received on all the devices.
Lisa Adams is a seasoned journalist with 8 years experience as a reporter and investigative journalist. While studying journalism at University of South Florida, Lisa honed her craft before setting out on her career. As a contributor to Miami Morning Star, Lisa covers municipal and state politics.