This is how WhatsApp calling may work once multi-device support rolls out


WhatsApp has been known to be working on a multi-device feature for a while now. Various reports by WABetaInfo — the online platform that tracks the upcoming features and changes on WhatsApp — have pointed out the developments WhatsApp is making on this front.
For those unaware, the multi-device feature on WhatsApp is said to allow users to use the same account on various devices at a time without being dependent.
Now, as per the latest tweet by WABetaInfo, it has been revealed how users will be able to make calls — both audio and video — on WhatsApp with the support of using multiple devices.

When a user asked WABetaInfo if the multi-device support feature will allow audio and video calls to ring across devices at the same time, it was confirmed that “this will be possible in future with the multi device feature.”
This essentially means that if a user has logged in to multiple devices using one single WhatsApp account and when the user receives a call then all the devices that are being used for that account will ring simultaneously and the user will then have the choice to answer it on which device they want to.
Back in September, WABetaInfo had claimed that the multi-device feature is in the final stage of being rolled out to the Android beta users of the app. However, till now there is no official confirmation about this from the Facebook-owned app.




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