The platform is developing a new method that will intrude multi sign in sessions on more than one device. The details were first leaked by a news site that claims that WhatsApp is working on a new method encapsulating multi sign-in sessions. WhatsApp will still ensure end-to-end encryption. The app is developing a system to assign keys to specific devices enrolled with an account.
The site further added that it will share the screenshots of the features within a few weeks. As of now, it is unclear when the features will arrive and how the operations will work. The platform will definitely push these features on beta channel before moving them to the stable version push.
In the current version, users can login across WhatsApp app on a single device at a time. If you sign into a new device, the old device shows that the account has been logged out. This also messes up with the backup and restore function. WhatsApp Web that is accessed on a browser works differently. Users can access WhatsApp on the smartphone and PC at the same time using WhatsApp web.
Indian users are also waiting for Payments. The feature has been under works for quite some time. The regulatory hurdles are preventing WhatsApp from public roll out of WhatsApp Payment. The RBI approval is likely to come in soon and WhatsApp will roll out the Payments feature.
The messaging platform is also working on a blacklist feature that will help you manage your group privacy settings. You can restrict selected contacts from sending invites to join groups with this feature.