How the option to log out of WhatsApp will work and why it is so important
WhatsApp wants to regain the trust of its users with news to facilitate the use of its messaging application.
The WhatsApp application has seen its users search for new alternatives to communicate since the beginning of the year. In response to this reaction, the app has delayed the implementation of its new usage policy and is working on features that help it retain users.
According to a report by WABetaInfo, the beta version of WhatsApp reveals a new option to log out of the app. This function will replace the button to delete the account that, as you can see in this other article, deletes all user data as if it had never been part of the application.
The vet version examined in iOS 188.8.131.52, points out several new features, one of them highly anticipated. On the one hand, there is the multi-device function, a novelty that we have been waiting for more than a year to be able to use WhatsApp from various mobiles, computers and others.
Then the function is mentioned log out or log out that allows you to exit the account on a certain device. If you are using WhatsApp at the same time from your mobile, your tablet and another phone, it is interesting that the account can be unlinked from one of those devices while keeping the other two assets.
This option replaces the Delete Account button on those devices that are linked, but not on the mobile where the main account has been installed. That button will still be there on your mobile to erase all traces of your passage through WhatsApp.
The ability to use WhatsApp on various machines without being restricted to a phone and WhatsApp Web on the computer, can completely change the experience of this application. Although the beta feature seems restricted to WhatsApp Business and iOS, we assume that it will also become available for Android.
These are two novelties that depend on each other and that offer a qualitative leap within this app, so it seems reasonable that WhatsApp takes its time to develop them correctly. There is, therefore, no official date for the launch of these two functions.