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WhatsApp multi-device feature! Here’s how to unlink your devices

WhatsApp recently brought a new feature that allows users to link their WhatsApp account to multiple devices, even when there is no connectivity on the primary device. So, if you have linked your device, but want to remove it now, here’s how you can do it.

By: SHAURYA TOMER
| Updated on: Apr 26 2022, 16:41 IST
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WhatsApp recently brought a new feature that allows users to link their WhatsApp account to multiple devices, even when there is no connectivity on the primary device. So, if you have linked your device, but want to remove it now, here’s how you can do it. (REUTERS)
1/5 WhatsApp recently brought a new feature that allows users to link their WhatsApp account to multiple devices, even when there is no connectivity on the primary device. So, if you have linked your device, but want to remove it now, here’s how you can do it. (REUTERS)
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WhatsApp allows users to link up their accounts to up to four devices. Since its release, this feature has received several updates for bug fixes and improvements. (Pixabay)
2/5 WhatsApp allows users to link up their accounts to up to four devices. Since its release, this feature has received several updates for bug fixes and improvements. (Pixabay)
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Despite the regular fixes, users are still facing several issues while navigating through this feature. A few weeks ago, users complained about sync issues while logging in to multiple devices, according to Gadgets Now. (Pixabay)
3/5 Despite the regular fixes, users are still facing several issues while navigating through this feature. A few weeks ago, users complained about sync issues while logging in to multiple devices, according to Gadgets Now. (Pixabay)
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As a precaution, WhatsApp added a new functionality that would log out your accounts on all devices if there were syncing issues. You can also manually log yourself out of multiple devices. Here’s how you can do it. (MINT_PRINT)
4/5 As a precaution, WhatsApp added a new functionality that would log out your accounts on all devices if there were syncing issues. You can also manually log yourself out of multiple devices. Here’s how you can do it. (MINT_PRINT)
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Open WhatsApp on your phone and open settings. From the menu, tap on linked devices, where a list of all your linked devices will pop up. Tap the device you wish to log out from and tap on log out. (Pixabay)
5/5 Open WhatsApp on your phone and open settings. From the menu, tap on linked devices, where a list of all your linked devices will pop up. Tap the device you wish to log out from and tap on log out. (Pixabay)
First Published Date: 26 Apr, 16:41 IST
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