WhatsApp has released a new Android beta update and it is reportedly giving information about some future features. This latest WhatsApp v2.20.196.8 beat for Android gives us a glimpse of two features, which include advanced search mode and multiple device support. The company has been working on the ability to allow one WhatsApp account to run on multiple devices for a long time, and this latest beta gives us a glimpse of what this UI will look like. Apart from this, Advanced Search Mode has also been in the works for some time now and this new beta shows some UI improvements in it.

WABetaInfo has announced some new features inside the latest WhatsApp v2.20.196.8 beta for Android. look for clues On which the social messaging app is working. The first of these features is a long be in the limelight Multiple device support. The screenshot of this feature shows that WhatsApp is actively working on creating a new UI for this multiple device feature. As per the screenshot, WhatsApp may call it “Linked Devices” and it can be accessed through the three dots icon on the top right side of the screen. This feature will let you use the same WhatsApp account on multiple devices without any log out. As per the tracker report, the social media giant is working on allowing one account to be synced across four devices simultaneously.

It is also speculated that the new ‘Linked Devices’ feature will also sync data between devices for accessibility. This new linked devices section will help users to add a new device in the same way as it is currently in WhatsApp web/desktop. This feature is currently in the works, so this feature will not be visible to the users even after downloading the new beta update.

Evidence of advanced search mode has also been seen in WhatsApp v2.20.196.8 beta for Android. WABetaInfo has shared a screenshot, which shows how this feature might work. Through this, users can easily search for photos, videos, links, GIFs, audios and even documents. This feature in April WhatsApp v2.20.117 Android Beta was seen in This too is currently being developed, so users will not be able to view it even after installing the latest beta.

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