Recently, we can use the messenger WhatsApp on four devices simultaneously. This enables, among other things, communication with family or friends when our smartphone runs out of power, and we can only find a computer nearby. It may also be a more convenient solution in case we need to send a longer message.
But so far, this “gigantic improvement” has turned out to have some problems as well. First of all, users WhatsAppand they complained about the lack of synchronization of chats between platforms. This resulted in situations where deleting certain chat threads on the smartphone did not eliminate them also in the desktop version of the application. Needless to say & hairsp; – & hairsp; this solution not only makes your work difficult, but even irritates.
Luckily WhatsApp is expected to feature full synchronization soon, so “purges” will take place on each device as soon as it is connected to the global network. The application will automatically delete conversations on all paired devices, as long as they have an updated version of the software that allows this function. It is currently available in the latest WhatsApp messenger beta.
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