As a small business owner or entrepreneur, you would likely want your employees to communicate with clients or customers via the same business number from multiple devices – whether a smartphone, a tablet, a smartwatch, or a laptop, at the same time.
While Telegram has been offering this 'new' feature since forever, many businesses have been waiting for WhatsApp to enable this feature. Finally, the messaging app with over 2 billion users worldwide, is bringing multi-device features for the first time ever.
Although I haven't had the opportunity to try out the feature (especially because I use only one phone), WhatsApp wants to enable users to link additional smartphones to their 'primary phone', regardless of the operating system, in addition to Android tablets, web, and desktop devices.
So, there is no need for you to switch between phones or constantly log in and out of different devices to stay connected with your friends, family, colleagues, clients, and customers.
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