New Delhi: Meta-owned WhatsApp is reportedly rolling out a new “side-by-side” feature on Android tablets for some beta testers. According to WABetaInfo, the feature will allow users to switch between conversations without losing track of their ongoing chats, giving more control over the WhatsApp interface on their Android tablets.
Users can also disable the side-by-side view by toggling the option available in WhatsApp Settings > Chats. ,Also Read: AI-Generated Images Of PM Narendra Modi, Other Global Leaders As Rockstars Wow Netizens,
Side-by-side view splits the screen, which can result in a smaller area for each interaction, especially on devices with smaller screens. ,ALSO READ: Leaked images of Google Pixel Fold show sleek, almost gapless hinge design,
Users can disable the side-by-side view on the app, in order to have a larger interface for interaction.
This will allow them to have a bigger and more immersive experience while chatting with friends and family on the platform.
Furthermore, the report states that the feature will be rolled out to even more people in the coming days.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has announced that users will now be able to use the same WhatsApp account on more than one phone through its multi-device login feature.
Users can now link their phone as one of four additional devices.
The update has started rolling out to users globally and will be available to everyone in the coming weeks, the company said.