WhatsApp Will Allow Android Users To Transfer Chats To A New Device
According to WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp, Facebook’s messaging network, is releasing an update that will allow users to move their conversation history to another device without using Google Drive.
According to the website that tracks app changes, the ‘conversation transfer’ feature is now being tested by certain beta users and will be available to additional users in the coming weeks.
WhatsApp’s new conversation transfer features would make users’ lives easier by removing the requirement to back up their chat history to Google Drive when transferring chats to a new Android device.
Users can use the chat transfer option by going to the Chats section in WhatsApp Settings. After selecting the option, users will be invited to scan a QR code to begin the process of transferring their conversation history to a new device.
Users can now migrate their WhatsApp talks to a new Android device in a fast and easy way, removing the need to manually back up their chat history to Google Drive, which may be a time-consuming procedure. This option is available in the app’s settings, and users may begin the procedure by scanning a QR code.
According to the WhatsApp tracker, scanning a QR code may make the process of moving conversation history from an old Android smartphone to a new one quick and convenient, reducing the need for users to manually backup and restore their conversations.