WhatsApp Web Chats Tricks to Optimize from PC

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WhatsApp Web Chat Tricks to Optimize from PC

With WhatsApp Web and WhatsApp Desktop, chats can be easily synchronized with the computer to send messages with the device that is most practical on a day-to-day basis.

From WhatsApp they explain that there are two ways to use WhatsApp on your computer:

  • WhatsApp Web: it is a WhatsApp application that can be used in a browser.
  • WhatsApp Desktop: is an application that can be downloaded to use on a computer.

WhatsApp Web and Desktop are extensions of your WhatsApp phone account that can be used on a computer. The messages you send and receive are synced between your phone and computer, and you can view them on both devices.

WhatsApp Web Chats Tricks 

How to log in or out of WhatsApp Web

Log in

To start the WhatsApp session on WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp Desktop, or Portal, you must scan the QR code with your phone.

-Open WhatsApp on your phone.

-Android: Tap the more options icon.

-iPhone: Go to WhatsApp Settings.

-Tap WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Web / Desktop.

Android: Tap PAIR A DEVICE. If your device allows biometric authentication, follow the instructions on the screen.

iPhone: Tap Pair a device> OK. In iOS 14 and later, use Touch ID or Face ID to unlock your phone.

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On the QR code screen on the computer or Portal, check the checkbox next to Keep me signed in to stay signed in to this device.

Use your phone to scan the QR code that appears on the computer or Portal.

If prompted, tap or select Done.

Note: Your device's operating system manages authentication through the biometric traits it stores, and WhatsApp cannot access this information.

Sign off

You can log out of WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop from your phone, computer, or Portal device.

-Log out of a computer or Portal

-Open WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop.

-Click the menu icon (or) above the chat list> Sign out.

-Sign out of the phone

-Open WhatsApp on your phone.

-Android: Tap the more options icon> WhatsApp Web.

-iPhone: Go to WhatsApp Settings> tap WhatsApp Web / Desktop.

Tap Sign out

Connection problems with your phone, computer, or Wi-Fi are some of the most common reasons why you cannot send or receive messages on WhatsApp Web or Desktop.

Connection problems on the phone

If you can't send or receive WhatsApp messages from your phone, you won't be able to use WhatsApp Web or Desktop on your computer. Open WhatsApp on your phone and try to send a message. If you can't, get more information on how you can solve your device's connection problems at Android | iPhone

If you can send a WhatsApp message from your phone, try using WhatsApp Web or Desktop again on the computer. If you still can't, there is probably a connection problem on your computer.

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Connection problems on the computer

You must have a stable and reliable connection on your computer to use WhatsApp Web or Desktop. If a yellow box appears at the top of the chat list with the error message "Computer offline," check the computer's Internet connection. In case this connection works normally, but you still cannot send or receive messages, update the page if you are using WhatsApp Web or close and restart the program if you are using WhatsApp Desktop.

If the problem continues, try logging out and logging in again on WhatsApp Web or Desktop. Check out this article for more information on how to do it.

Wi-Fi connection problems

If you are using a controlled Wi-Fi network, such as an office, library, or university, it may be configured to block or limit your connection to WhatsApp Web. If you receive a notification from WhatsApp Web that the Wi-Fi network is preventing WhatsApp Web from working properly, we recommend that you configure the network to allow traffic to "web.whatsapp.com", ".web.WhatsApp.com "or" .whatsapp.net ".