WhatsApp web and desktop versions to get 2-step verification soon | WhatsApp may soon allow users to transfer their chats from Android to iOS device
Transferring WhatsApp Chats On Android To iOS is a most awaited WhatsApp migration feature, which is eagerly waiting for by many users. Earlier WhatsApp allowed its user to transfer chats from iOS to Samsung or Pixel devices but the user was unable to transfer chat from Android To iOS. But a new report suggests that users might soon be able to transfer WhatsApp chats from iOS to Android or vice versa soon in the next WhatsApp iOS beta update. Also,read: How to Read Deleted WhatsApp Messages : Two ways to Read Deleted WhatsApp Chat (2 ways).
Readers, recently WABetaInfo share a screenshot where a new WhatsApp iOS Beta version 22.2.74 is spotted. This beta version includes this chat migration feature where users can transfer their chat history from Android to iOS. For this WhatsApp users must be opt-in to the WhatsApp Beta program. The report says users with updated Android 12 devices will also soon transfer chats from iOS to Android immediately. Also,read: What is GB WhatsApp? | Is GB WhatsApp safe to Use?
WhatsApp prompted a message to users that, if you want to import Chat history from an Android device, you may allow the option and transfer the chat to your devices, but if you skip this step You won’t be able to restore it. There is no clarity about the public rollout of this feature but we hope it will be rollout soon after completing its WhatsApp Beta testing. Also,read: WhatsApp to end supports for older Android, iOS phones from 1st November | WhatsApp new Update?
Simultaneously, WhatsApp is developing a two-step security verification process for its web and desktop version. As tipped by WABetaInfo, this Meta-owned company is planning to introduce a two-step verification process for its web and desktop version. The shared screenshot suggests that the user can be enabled or disabled the two-step verification feature directly from the web and desktop version. Also,read: WhatsApp Payment Offering Rs 51 Cashback to android and iOS users | How to Setup WhatsApp Pay?
Official Twitter account of WABetaInfo tweeted, “It will be possible to enable or disable the two-step verification on the web WhatsApp or in WhatsApp desktop App. This is very important especially when you lose your phone and you do not remember your PIN. You can restore it by requesting a reset link, but if you are temporarily unable to log into your mail account,”. Also, read: How to Book Uber Ride from WhatsApp Directly | Uber ride bookings through WhatsApp in India : Step By Step Process.
As you know, the Two-step security verification process is already available on the mobile app version, where a six-digit PIN code must be entered when signing in or registering your phone number with WhatsApp. This feature is in the Beta testing process and will be rolled out for the public soon. Also,read: Instagram Video Selfies for Identity Verification is slowly rolling out | This new upcoming feature will remove fake users from Instagram
Under the supervision of Meta, WhatsApp adds the latest feature in its application. As per the report after the WhatsApp chat migration feature from iOS to any Android device or vice versa company will bring this two-step verification process for the WhatsApp web or WhatsApp application for the desktop version. Also,Read: Instagram subscription plan priced at Rs 89 per month | Instagram Testing Take a Break Feature, Subscription Policy, Good News for Creators.