WhatsApp Web is just an extension of the WhatsApp account on your phone. The messages you send and receive are fully synced between your phone and your computer. You can see all messages on both devices. Every action you take on the phone applies to the WhatsApp Web. You can send voice notes, make calls and do just about everything on Whatsapp Web. So, you can start a chat on the WhatsApp Web and finish off the chat on the phone and vice versa.
Some of us have smartphones, tablets and laptops. It becomes challenging at some point managing these devices, especially regarding our communication. The good news is that in 2018, you can link all your devices, starting off your chat on tablets from where you left it on your phone. And possibly end the chat on your laptop.
Nothing could be as annoying as doing small work on your laptop and having to check your phone every now and again to keep up with gist on your favourite WhatsApp group. Especially, if there are party plans in the group. You have to make your input via the asoebi and gele colour nah.
WhatsApp Web to the rescue. Now, you can chat in between watching your favourite series on your computer or in between editing those works on CorelDraw, excel or MS word. Sometimes, the lil distractions help put us back in full inspiration.
WhatsApp Web availability is presently limited to Android, iPhone 8.1+, Windows Phone 8.0 and 8.1, Nokia S60, Nokia S40 EVO, and BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
To use WhatsApp Web you do not need to create a new WhatsApp account. All you do is link your phone WhatsApp to your computer so that you can access the same WhatsApp account on the both devices
To enjoy the benefits of this WhatsApp Web you must have an active WhatsApp account on your phone. And then you must have the latest version of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari or Edge as the web browser on your computer. Biko, don’t forget to have data.
To set up WhatsApp Web visit web.whatsapp.com on your computer. You’d be shown a QR code to scan.
To be able to scan the code open WhatsApp on your phone.
On Android: in the Chats screen > Menu > WhatsApp Web.
On Nokia S60 and Windows Phone: go to Menu > WhatsApp Web.
On iPhone: go to Settings > WhatsApp Web.
On BlackBerry: go to Chats > Menu > WhatsApp Web.
On BlackBerry 10: Swipe down from top of the screen > WhatsApp Web.
On Nokia S40: Swipe up from the bottom of screen > WhatsApp Web.
Scan the QR Code on your computer screen from your phone. Yelz!! Darizit. You aff start to use WhatsApp Web laidiz. Thank me later 😂😂😂😂
You can always log out from an active WhatsApp Web whenever you feel like it. From your phone, just navigate to WhatsApp Web(as if you are trying to set it up again), then you’d see ‘your logged in computers’. Click on ‘logout from all computers’, then you are back to using WhatsApp just on your phone.
PS: With the cost of data in Nigeria, I’d recommend that you only use WhatsApp Web when there is Wi-Fi. Maka ndụ gị