WhatsApp Web – How do they work and how do you use them?

WhatsApp Web – How do they work and how do you use them?


- Master the Web Version of Whatsapp and the Desktop Application for MacOs and Windows

WhatsApp Web allows you to send and receive WhatsApp messages online on your PC or Tablet. WhatsApp Web is the browser-based PC client of WhatsApp messenger. It is not another account but the same account in a web browser and you are simply accessing the same account on these two devices.

WhatsApp Web has the same functionality as WhatsApp on your mobile phone and you can instantly send and receive messages through WhatsApp Web. All the messages in your WhatsApp account are synchronized and you can see all the messages on both devices. Any message that you send through WhatsApp Web will also be available in WhatsApp on your mobile phone. WhatsApp Web is available for most Android and iOS smartphones.

How to use WhatsApp Web on PC?

Using WhatsApp Web is easy, but for some people who have no idea how it works they may not know it. You can follow this quick guide to learn how to use WhatsApp Web on PC. Please note that your mobile phone must be actively connected to the Internet for WhatsApp Web to work.

  • Open WhatsApp on your mobile device.
  • Tap on the settings icon and open WhatsApp Web / Desktop.
  • Now open web.whatsapp.com in a web browser on your PC.
  • Scan the QR code on screen using the WhatsApp scanner from your mobile phone.
  • As you scan the QR code, your WhatsApp account will now be accessible through your PC.
  • All messages will be synced and everything you do on one device will apply to both.

Manage chats and groups

The drop-down menu is also where you will find your archived chats, another way to access your profile and status, as well as the option to start a new group. Settings are also found within this menu, which consists of accessing blocked contacts and notification preferences, including turning sound on or off, as well as choosing whether or not to show previews.

Hovering over each individual chat on the main screen will also bring up a small arrow for that particular chat, offering a couple more options. You can archive a chat, mute it, delete it, or mark it as unread from here.

There are also more options in each individual chat. At the top left of a particular chat, you will see its name and the last time they were online if they have this feature enabled. In the upper right corner, there is the clip symbol for holding any media, along with another little arrow that shows another dropdown menu.

Within this menu, you can select messages within that particular chat, mute the chat, delete it, and delete that particular chat, as well as view that person's contact information. You can also double tap on the bar at the top of the chat and you will get the option to delete the chat as well as view the contact information.

Emojis are also available in the WhatsApp desktop app. You'll find them in the same place as you would in the smartphone app, on the side of the box where you type a new message.

How to log out of WhatsApp Web?

Once you have finished using WhatsApp Web, you may want to log out of WhatsApp because it is not safe to have your WhatsApp account open on PC when you are not using it. You can follow this guide to learn how to log out of WhatsApp Web.

  • Open WhatsApp on your mobile device.
  • Touch the settings icon (settings icon at the bottom right of the screen)
  • Tap WhatsApp Web / Desktop.
  • It will show all active sessions there. Scroll to and tap Sign out of all devices.
  • Confirm by tapping Log Out.
  • You are now logged out of all active sessions.

Alternatively, you can log out directly from the Web simply by clicking the Menu icon (3 dots in the upper left of the screen)> Logout.

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