Whatsapp, a cross-platform mobile messaging app that allows users to exchange messages without having to pay SMS charges and available for mobile phones such as iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and Nokia’s S60 or S40 series has recently introduce the Whatsapp Web which lets you the same thing, on your desktop or laptop, be it windows or Mac, it just doesn’t matter as long as you have the most recent versions of the modern browsers; Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari. This article seeks to show you how to setup and use whatsapp web on your computer (Desktop or Laptop)
How does this Work?
Be sure Whatsapp is installed on your phone or tablet and you have internet connectivity on your phone and the computer (desktop or laptop) simultaneously:
You can also set the browser notification for your computer in the case your Whatsapp Web tab or windows isn’t the active one (that is while doing other things on your computer)
TO ACTIVATE BROWSER NOTIFICATION:
With notification enabled, a new message will appear as small alerts in the corner of your screen
WhatsApp for Web now lets you delete and archive one-on-one chats, and also perform additional commands such as archive group chats, as well as mute or leave them.
It’s also now possible to change your profile photo and status via the Web version – it’s just a matter of hovering over the icons to bring up the edit option.
From text messaging to video call and now, Whatsapp for Desktop/Laptop Web, we are on the look out to see what next the Whatsapp team bring our way.
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