WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is developing “Chat Transfer”.

According to reports, WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is developing a new function called “Chat Transfer” that will allow users to transfer data between Android devices over a local network.

Meta proprietary WhatsApp is developing new feature “chat transfer”.

As the software is still under development, the new function will be added in the next update, according to WABetaInfo. By scanning the QR code, users will be able to move their conversation history to a new smartphone with this capability.

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Users will be able to transfer chat history to a new device by scanning the QR code

This will make Google Drive redundant, so users won’t have to back up their chat data to the cloud service to transfer chats from one device to another.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has also introduced proxy support for users worldwide, including millions of people in Iran and other countries who continue to lack the freedom to connect privately and freely.

By choosing a proxy, they can connect to WhatsApp using servers set up by volunteers and organizations to support free communication around the world.

“We’re making it easy for everyone to use a proxy to connect to WhatsApp. So, when a WhatsApp connection is banned, users have the option to regain access,” explained WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart.

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