Recently, you would hear about WhatsApp Web as it is now launched by company for its millions of users to use WhatsApp on the web. So, here I came with the definitive guide for those who are feeling difficulty in using WhatsApp Web service.
Honestly, the WhatsApp Web is simply an extension of your phone that lets the web browser to mirror conversations and messages from your mobile device. This means all of your messages still live on your phone.
A few more things I also wanna clarify about WhatsApp Web such as you can WhatsApp on the web only by using Google Chome browser for now (more browsers will soon be supported) and this WhatsApp web client is not now available for its iOS users due to Apple platform limitations.
Guide: How to Use WhatsApp in Your Web Browser
Here’s the step by step guide for how can you use WhatsApp web service to browse WhatsApp on the web using Google Chrome Browser.
So, the first step for using WhatsApp on the web is visit https://web.whatsapp.com/ in your Google Chrome browser and as soon as you reach, a QR code will be shown on the screen.
Now, you would be understood that what to do next. Yea guys, you just need to scan this QR code and as soon as you will scan this QR code correctly, you will start seeing your WhatsApp on the web.
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But how? How can you scan the QR Code? Don’t worry, let me tell you everything. 🙂 So, to scan the QR Code, first of all make sure that you’ve installed the latest version of WhatsApp and no updates available because this WhatsApp Web feature to scan QR Code is only available in new versions.
Now, open WhatsApp and tap on Menu and then WhatsApp Web (for Android, Windows Phone & Nokia S60).
As you will tab on WhatsApp Web option, it will open QR Scanner and just keep your mobile camera to the QR Code shown on your desktop in such a manner that the scanner could scan the code correctly.
And, as soon as the QR Scanner will scan the code, your mobile WhatsApp will be mirrored on your browser and now you can send and receive messages in WhatsApp through your desktop browser.
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That’s all guys, now you will be able to use WhatsApp on your Chrome web browser. Anytime you need to browse WhatsApp on your PC, just open web.whatsapp.com and scan the QR code to login. So, I hope you all will find it very easy and interesting and enjoy this new feature of WhatsApp. Still, if you’re feeling any problem in using WhatsApp on the web, feel free to ask me via comments, I will be grateful to solve out your issue.
I don’t like WhatsApp web. It is just the time waste.
Hi I got some pictures send to my whatsapp account by myself just to save them and no body to see them. But i want to forward them to facebook and it does not allow me atall . It allows only two functions delete and save as profile picture.
i tried this its not working how much time it will take generally to scan the QR code
It takes only one second for scanning the QR Code..You only need to put the QR Scanner in such a manner that it could cover the QR Code perfectly.