The new whatsapp update come with a new awesome feature. As a whatsapp user you can now simutanously access your whatsapp account on your PC browsers be it Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera or Safari with out hacking through the new whatsapp web extension on your PC or Laptops browsers. now you can easily chat on your whatsapp through your laptop or pc while you are working. Cool, or what? Today we will be showing you how you can connect your device whatsapp with your pc and laptops.
WhatsApp Web is a computer based extension of the WhatsApp account on your phone. All your chats and chats history are fully synced between your phone and your computers. that is, you can see all messages you send and receive on both devices (your phone and on your computer). change your profile picture, change your status_any action you take on your phone whatsapp will apply to your whatsapp web on your browser and vise vasa.
At this time, WhatsApp Web is available on almost all smartphones Windows Phone 8.0, 8.1 and Windows Phone 10, Android, iPhone 8.1+, Nokia S60, Nokia S40 EVO, BlackBerry and BlackBerry 10.
WhatsApp Web Minimum requirements
You need the latest Whatsapp. check your app store for available updates.
You need to have a stable internet connection on both your phone and your computer.
You need to have an active WhatsApp account on your phone.
You need to use the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Safari as your web browser on your computer.
to connect your phone whats app couldn’t be easier.
Step 1. Just visit web.whatsapp.com on your computer browser. A QR code will pop up onscreen on your PC.
Note: you don’t need a QR reader installed on your phone to read it. i will tell you what you need to do now.
Step 2. Launch Whatsapp on your phone and go to Settings Menu (Simplify click the three dot on the Top right on android to access settings menu, and the three dot is at the Bottom Right on Windows Phone) then tap on Whatsapp Web on the menu
Step 3. A QR reader will then open on your phone; point this at the Poped up QR code on your computer screen to read the code and be automatically logged into your WhatsApp account on the web.
the interface is pretty similar to the phone whatsapp so you shouldn’t have problem finding your way around it
Step 5. Starting a new conversation is slightly different on the desktop. As on the phone you can click the new message icon to select one of your contacts, but in WhatsApp on the web the search function lets you start new conversations as well as filter existing chats.
Step 6. The conversation interface is like that of the phone, with emoticon and mic icons sitting either side of the bottom text-entry field, and a paperclip icon at the top to attach files. Beside this is a more options icon that lets you view contact info.
Step 7. Once your phone and computer are connected you can manage your logged in computers from your phone via the Options >> WhatsApp on the web menu.
From here you can log out from all computers, or you can use the options menu in WhatsApp on the web to log out from the PC you’re currently using.
WhatsApp will by default keep you logged in unless you specify otherwise, but having logged out you’ll need to go through the QR code process again the next time you want to log into WhatsApp on that machine.
Messages between phone and browser are instantly synched. so you are not missing anything on both platform.
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