In this article we will find out how to use the Web version of WhatsApp on multiple computers simultaneously to make sure that more people can use the app at the same time.
As many of you know, it is not normally possible to open WhatsApp Web from multiple computers simultaneously. The application does not provide this possibility and, once the QR code of a WhatsApp account is scanned on a second computer, the active session on the first device will be lost.
For this reason, if you need to use WhatsApp from multiple computers at the same time, you need to resort to alternative tools that make this possible.
Use WhatsApp on multiple browsers at the same time? Here’s how to do it
In order to manage the same WhatsApp account from multiple devices at the same time, it is necessary to resort to Callbell, the first platform born to help sales and support teams to provide customer support starting from a single WhatsApp account.
The application allows you to connect your WhatsApp account to the platform in a few clicks, starting to receive incoming messages immediately, and to invite other team members to collaborate within the same account.
The tool therefore allows you to manage the same WhatsApp account from multiple computers simultaneously, surpassing the limits of the native application. To start you need to follow the following 4 steps:
1) Create a Callbell account
2) Verify your email address
3) Integrate a WhatsApp account (you will find a guide inside the platform)
4) Invite other team members
Once you have followed these steps, you can access the platform from several computers at the same time and then manage a single WhatsApp account from multiple locations.
In the hope that this article has proved useful, thank you very much for reading us!
About the author: Hello! I am Carlo and I am one of the co-founder at Callbell, the first communication platform designed to help sales and support teams to collaborate and communicate with customers through direct messaging applications such as WhatsApp, Messenger, Telegram and (soon) Instagram Direct