Messaging app WhatsApp has been working on the chat migration and sync feature for a long time and has now brought an update that has the ability to improve the features of the messaging platform than before.
At this time, if you want to backup your WhatsApp chat, then your phone must have the same number and operating system as the old phone. This process, The migration feature is in test mode and is therefore considering a plan to enable users to move their messages to a new phone number.
WABetaInfo has shared a screenshot that shows the features of the iOS-Android migration tool, but if you look closely, there is also an option that will allow you to transfer your chat to a new number. However, at the moment, it states that you cannot proceed at any time and start migration, as this feature will only work when you are linking a new Android phone to your WhatsApp. However, this feature is still under testing, this may change in the future.
The messaging app is rumored to make chat transfer between multiple devices easier and as an extension of the same, it may offer another scheme. According to a report by WaGetaInfo, a website tracking WhatsApp, the Whatsapp platform is currently testing the feature for both Android and iOS, according to a BGR India report.
In particular, this upcoming feature will be useful for those who change their phone or phone number frequently. This will help users to keep the same WhatsApp chat without having to create a new account every time they change their phone or number.
Specially, The report states that all of these features are expected to be part of the larger multi-device support feature, which will allow people to use a WhatsApp account on multiple devices (up to four) at the same time.