WhatsApp is widely used around the world for personal and professional communication. It is undoubtedly the most popular messaging app. It is primarily for mobile with its Android and iOS apps for smartphones, and KaiOS app for smart feature phones.
The other platform where you can use the messaging app is on the web through WhatsApp Web, and also through its desktop apps.
WhatsApp Web launched back in 2015, and it has since been updated with useful features to keep it at par with the mobile versions.
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How to use WhatsApp Web
First, visit web.whatsapp.com on your laptop.
On your phone, tap on the three dotted menu and select WhatsApp Web.
It will ask you to scan the QR code on your laptop.
Once it’s scanned, your WhatsApp account will be connected to your laptop.
You can then check your chats, send and receive messages, and make calls.
Once you’re connected to WhatsApp Web you won’t need to log in again.
There are some things to note about Web version.
This is only a web client of WhatsApp, and it still requires the main device to remain connected to the internet.
If your phone is at a distance from your laptop, your WhatsApp Web will be disconnected.
Also, if there’s any interruption to your mobile internet connection, then WhatsApp Web will not work.
This is one issue WhatsApp is working to fix, and it will surely be very helpful.
WhatsApp also displays a constant notification on your phone indicating that WhatsApp Web is active.
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