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WhatsApp Web: how to use, QR code scanner and more tricks

WhatsApp Web is a WhatsApp platform that will allow you to send and receive messages from your PC or from a tablet. WhatsApp Web is nothing more than a client made for the PC browser that works through a link with the WhatsApp of your mobile. This means that it is not another account, but the same account but open in the web browser. By accessing WhatsApp Web you will simply be accessing the same account but on two devices.

Direct access to the WhatsApp Web service

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Use from a PC
Use from one phone to another

WhatsApp Web has almost all the functionalities that the mobile application has, being practically a mirror of what you receive and send on your cell phone but with the convenience of being able to write messages from your PC or send files saved on your computer’s hard drive. This means that all the messages you send and receive through WhatsApp Web will also be reflected on your cell phone or vice versa.

This modality of WhatsApp can be used through the applications installed on Android or iOS, through which you can access a QR code scanner that will analyze the QR code that is provided Thanks to this WhatsApp system you will be sure that you are the one who has control of the mobile in question. On the other hand, it is also possible to use WhatsApp Web from the cell phone (by scanning another cell phone) through a trick for Google Chrome. We will explain all this and more to you today at MundoCuentas.

From a phone to the computer

Using WhatsApp Web is very simple, however, many people have no idea how to do it or how it works. WhatsApp Web is linked to the cell phone by means of a QR code that must be scanned by entering the internal scanner present in the application for Android and iOS. We provide you with a few simple steps so that you can learn to use WhatsApp Web on a computer; These steps also apply to the downloadable program.

Note : Keep in mind that both your mobile phone and your computer must have an active internet connection to work.
  1. Open WhatsApp on your cell phone
  2. Open the Settings or Settings of the application. In iOS you can do it directly by pressing “Settings” or “Settings”, while in Android you must press the three dots located in the upper right corner and then “Settings”.
  3. Tap on the WhatsApp Web option. The QR code scanner will open immediately.
  4. Enter from your PC to
  5. With the scanner open on your cell phone, place it in front of the computer screen. Make sure to cover the entire sector of the QR code.

Immediately all messages will be synchronized between both devices.

From one phone to another

There is the possibility of using WhatsApp Web from the cell phone in order to read WhatsApp conversations installed on another cell phone. For this you will need the Google Chrome browser and both mobiles connected to the internet.

  1. Open the Google Chrome browser on the cell phone with which you want to open WhatsApp Web.
  2. Accede to from Google Chrome.
  3. Once inside, open the Chrome menu by pressing the three dots located in the upper right corner.
  4. Activate ” Computer version “. The page will reload and the PC version showing the QR code will be displayed.
  5. With the other cell phone (the one with WhatsApp installed) scan the QR code that appears on the open site on your cell phone. To do this, you can follow the same steps that we describe above.

If you have correctly scanned the QR code, you will be able to see the WhatsApp of the other mobile from the WhatsApp Web open in your mobile browser.

Log out of WhatsApp Web

Once you have finished using WhatsApp Web, you must exit your current session ; it is not safe at all to leave it open if it is not your personal device. If you leave the session open, anyone who returns to access from the same device will be able to see your linked WhatsApp in real time. Next we will mention the steps to follow to close your WhatsApp Web session and avoid being spied on.

  1. Open WhatsApp on your device.
  2. Go to the Settings or Settings of the application.
  3. Tap on the WhatsApp Web option.
  4. All active sections will be displayed. Scroll down and hit “Sign out of all devices.” You can also exit devices separately.
  5. Confirm by tapping the “Close sessions” button.

With these steps you will have already left your WhatsApp Web session. In case you want to re-enter, you can repeat the steps mentioned above. On the other hand, you can also exit WhatsApp Web from the PC by pressing the Menu button and then Exit.

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