WhatsApp Web – 9 Important Questions Answered

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WhatsApp Web is the browser-based application of WhatsApp, the world’s most popular cross-platform messaging service.

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WhatsApp was initially available only for mobile devices. WhatsApp Web was launched in January 2015.

The Whatsapp web client, also called  Whatsapp Web for chrome by some users is actually an extension of the experience on the user’s phone.

WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp web for chrome as some people call it, only reflects the conversations and messages they receive from their mobile device. None of the messages is transmitted to the computer.

In the interests of security, everything is still on the user’s phone.

Guide For Using WhatsApp Web

The WhatsApp web application requires authentication using a personal QR code. Users can find this QR code in the WhatsApp application on their phones.

Since the web interface reflects the application, the phone must remain connected to the Internet for WhatsApp Web to function.

If your smartphone loses its Internet connection, WhatsApp Web will no longer work until the connection is resumed.

To get a QR code, you should visit web.whatsapp.com, and the QR code will be generated automatically after the page finishes loading.

As soon as it appears, the code must be scanned through the WhatsApp application on your phone to establish a connection.

 9 Important Questions and Answers

  1. Can I access it on my Mobile phone browser?

WhatsApp Web works only on desktop. Until now, if you want to access WhatsApp on the internet, it will only work on a desktop – using Chrome on a tablet or mobile phone will not work.

  1. Are there updates for it?

For the web function to work, you need to update WhatsApp on your phone to the latest version from the corresponding app store. When you update the app, you will see a new option, “WhatsApp Web”, in the menu.

  1. Is it Only for existing users?

You must be an existing WhatsApp user— with an active account. You can’t register for a WhatsApp account from the internet. Further, it only works with WhatsApp installed on Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and S60. Compatibility with iOS is blocked due to restrictions set by Apple.

  1. Is it safe?

To use WhatsApp web, you need to open the web page in Web.whatsapp.com and scan the QR code that appears on WhatsApp on your phone. The QR code expires after some time, and it provides a single connection between the web client and the phone. To reconnect, you need to go through this process again.

  1. Will my contact know am using it?

Whether you are typing a message from a phone or a web client, everything remains the same. You still get the same double checkmarks (for delivered ones), and they still turn blue, i.e. when your message has been delivered and read.

  1. Does it cost more?

The WhatsApp web client uses your phone to connect and send messages-in a sense; everything is mirrored. Your web session remains active as long as your phone is connected to the internet. Using Whatapp on both your Phone and Desktop web browser also means that your phone’s data connection is constantly being used.

  1. Does Attachments work on it?

You can still send attachments from your computer if they are photos. You can view all attachments sent by other users. If you have the equipment, you can also use a webcam to take a picture and send it as an attachment quickly. Videos are not supported yet.

  1. Can I get blocked?

There are lots of unofficial WhatsApp apps or widgets that are available on the web. However, WhatsApp periodically checks this and will eventually block you.

Are all the functions of WhatsApp available on WhatsApp Web?

All functions of the application are not available. For example, you can’t delete or forward messages on the web version. You also can’t create or leave existing WhatsApp groups on the Whatsapp web. For full functionality, you will need to use the mobile app.

  1. Is it a Chrome Extension?

The web client is temporary. This means that nothing is stored on the computer. You can view attachments, but they will be available later only if you download them specifically. The idea of the web client is that you can use it while working with your computer without switching devices.

What is the official website of WhatsApp Web?

Visit the link below to access it:

https://web.whatsapp.com/

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