For some months now, WhatsApp has been testing new features that allow users to use their WhatsApp account on several devices and continue sending and receiving messages without using their smartphone to be online. This feature is now officially available to all on their latest WhatsApp updates on  Android and iOS versions.

Before presenting this capability, you need to ensure that your phone is online to connect to the WhatsApp user account. But with the release of this highly functional capability, you no longer need your smartphone online. To use this capability, you need to choose the Multi-device beta option on WhatsApp.

 Once activated, all your past connections to any device will be canceled before you can re-connect to a new device. After reconnecting to your device, you can talk to your friends without considering your smartphone's online or offline. Plus, messages and calls are still encrypted as before.

With this new capability, you will be able to use the WhatsApp web version for 14 days after your phone is offline. If you're in a position where you don't have your smartphone and need to connect with people via WhatsApp, or if your smartphone runs out of battery and you have access to a computer, this new capability will work for you. 

Of course, this feature comes with limitations. Unfortunately, there is a limit on iOS that you can't delete your messages in the web version. Also, WhatsApp is not possible to connect two smartphones or tablets. To access this capability, you need to install the latest WhatsApp version on your smartphone and activate this application by referring to the Linked devices section.

WhatsApp is the most popular messenger app in the world with about 2 users from all over the world using it. Right now there is a time limit to removing the message after sending a message but WhatsApp like Telegram seems to be intending to remove this limit.

 This platform made it possible to delete messages for both parties of chat in 2018, but users can now remove it at a maximum of 4096 seconds (68 minutes and 16 seconds) from sending messages 

WABetaInfo, which expertly covers WhatsApp news, has achieved evidence that this restriction has been lifted in the latest beta version. Meta (former Facebook) has also shown special attention to WhatsApp over the past months. For example, a while before the transfer of chats from iPhone to Android was possible and versions