Meta-owned WhatsApp has rolled out the “Partner Mode” feature for all beta testers in its latest update on Android.
According to a WABetaInfo report, earlier Companion Mode was available only to a select group of beta testers.
The feature, an extension of multi-device support, is designed to allow users to link their existing WhatsApp account to another mobile phone.
As per the report, users who link their existing WhatsApp account to a secondary mobile phone can now access their chats on the second device without the need for an active internet connection on their main phone.
When users link their WhatsApp account to a new mobile phone, their chat history will be synced across all their linked devices.
Furthermore, the report noted that, while collaborative mode has been made available to all beta testers, some features, such as the ability to manage broadcast lists and post status updates from linked devices, are still unavailable. Might be possible.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature – “Manage contacts within the app”, allowing users to add and edit contacts without leaving the app on Android.
The ability to add and edit contacts in WhatsApp for Android is available now to some beta testers using the latest beta version, and will be available to even more users in the coming days.
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