WhatsApp, by default, allows you to use only one account that is open in your computer browser. However, with a few simple tricks, you can access various messenger profiles using various browsers and the private browsing feature, in addition to the official PC application. The procedure is especially useful for companies that have multiple phone numbers and only one person to manage all messages.
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In the following tutorial, check out how to use multiple WhatsApp accounts on a single computer. The procedures were performed on a Windows 10 PC, but the tips also apply to earlier versions of the Microsoft system as well as the Mac.
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Use Chrome and Private Browsing
Sign in to the first WhatsApp account normally through Chrome. Then open the private browser window by going to the browser menu and clicking "New Incidental Window". So just scan the QR code to start using the messenger.
Use WhatsApp Web in Chrome and the annima tab Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
To access a third WhatsApp account, you can use other browsers, such as Microsoft Edge or Safari, which are native to Windows and macOS. If you need to access other accounts, use Firefox or Opera both are compatible with the web version of messenger. Remember that all browsers have the private browsing feature. This way you can access two accounts in each browser.
Use other browsers to access WhatsApp Web Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
In WhatsApp PC App
Finally, you can use the native WhatsApp application for Windows 10 or macOS. In this case, open the system app store and search for the messenger. After installing the program, the login process is the same as WhatsApp Web in the browser: just scan the QR code that appears on the PC screen.
Install WhatsApp app on Windows 10 Photo: Playback / Helito Beggiora
Take advantage of tips for using multiple WhatsApp Web accounts on the same computer.