WhatsApp has recently begun experimenting with transferring chats between Android and iOS devices. When users switch from an Android to an iOS device, WhatsApp chat migration feature will enable them to transfer their WhatsApp messages.
There’s now more information on what will happen once the chats have been transferred and the devices have been brought into sync.
WhatsApp will show a notification with the message “Syncing with WhatsApp on another device,” according to new information shared by WABetaInfo.
Once the WhatsApp chats have been transferred to another device, this message will appear.
When WhatsApp Web is activated, it will display a notification similar to how WhatsApp shows a notification.
Since the two devices will be synced, certain chat features will be available on both.
Both of these devices are supposed to support chat behavior like pinning a chat or staring a post.
However, according to WABetaInfo, certain features will not function on synced devices.
Delete chats or a particular message are two examples.
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As a result, even though you uninstall a chat on one of your migrated devices, it will not be deleted on the other.
Since this function is still in its early stages of development, it is possible that it will change in the future.
Multi-device support is a significant feature, particularly because it allows for syncing with iOS devices.
WhatsApp chats are now backed up on Google Drive for Android users and iCloud for iOS users.
WhatsApp will most likely use Google Drive for iOS as well for chat migration.
There’s no news about when this feature will be out, but it’ll undoubtedly be one of the most significant yet.
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