How to get started with WhatsApp Messenger
Download and launch the app. Download WhatsApp Messenger for free from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Click on the WhatsApp icon on your home screen to open the app.
Sign up. Select your country from the drop-down list to add a country code, then enter your phone number in international format. Tap Done or Next, then tap OK to get a six-digit confirmation code via SMS or phone. Enter the six-digit code to complete your registration. Learn how to verify your phone number on Android, iPhone, and KaiOS.
Set up your profile. Enter your name in your new profile and click Next. You can also add a profile picture.
Allow access to contacts and photos. You can add WhatsApp contacts from your phone‘s address book. You can also give the app access to your photos, videos, and files.
Start a chat session. Tap or. then find the contact you want to text. Enter your message in the text entry field. To send a photo or video, tap or next to the input box. Select the Camera icon to take a photo or record a video, or go to Gallery or Photos/Videos to select a photo or video saved on your phone. Then tap or.
Create a group. The maximum number of members is 256. Press or. then. New Group. Search or select the contacts you want to add to the group, then click Next. Enter the theme of the group and click or Create.
In order to use this progressive and very handy application, you must first download it. You can do it for different operating systems and mobile device platforms on our website or from official app stores. Got it? Then let’s move on. Now open the installation file and start unpacking. This procedure is performed automatically and does not require human intervention. Once the program is “flat” on your device, you will need to enter your mobile number. on which it is installed. This is done to bind the account and enter it into the global WhatsApp database. There shouldn’t be any problems with this either. The main thing to remember is that the SIM card must be activated, and the smartphone itself must have an Internet connection.
After entering the number, you will receive a system message from the WhatsApp bot with a registration confirmation code. You will have to enter it in the corresponding field in the window that appears. As soon as you do this and click “send,” it will automatically synchronize your book of contacts with the WhatsApp database for the most convenient and fastest work within the system. All you have to do now is to choose an avatar and customize the interface so that all the controls are in place and your profile is recognizable and attractive to other users. The program is ready to learn and work fully without any limitations. However, it will only be free for a year, after which you’ll have to pay as much as 1 to continue carefree use for another 12 months.
The standard way
Signing in to your WhatsApp page from a computer via the browser and desktop versions is no different. Authorization can be done as follows:
How to open WhatsApp Web?
To start using WhatsApp Web, you need to go to the official WhatsApp Web page. It’s available at the following link: https://web.whatsapp.com/.
When the page opens, the first thing you’ll see is a huge QR code. It is difficult not to notice it, it takes up a large part of the screen.
The next step is, of course, to scan the code. Often users don’t read the text on the page and try to do so with the standard scanner at. It doesn’t work. If you do this, you will just get a long link which you can only copy. But even that won’t get you into the web version of WhatsApp.
The right way is to use to scan the code WhatsApp on your mobile device. But while you launch the app and look for the scanner in it, the QR code may disappear from the screen and require you to reload. a green circle will appear in place of the QR code and you’ll need to tap on it to make the code appear again.
This is normal. No need to panic. To save time and nerves, we recommend finding the scanner on WhatsApp on your mobile first and then reloading the QR code.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to sign in to WhatsApp on your computer: 1. Launch WhatsApp from.
Go to the menu (using the “three dots” button).
In the menu, find the item “WhatsApp Web” and click on it.
If you’ve done everything correctly, it will open a page with instructions. Following them, you need to direct your mobile to your computer, where in the browser is open the page with WhatsApp Web. Click on the button that says “OK, clear” to proceed to scanning.
Aim your device at the QR code in the browser running from your computer and scan it. If the QR code is missing, click on the green button to make it appear again.
Is it possible to sign in to WhatsApp through your browser?
The web version of WhatsApp works closely with the mobile app. it’s where you sign in. The user will need a computer or laptop connected to the internet and any browser.
In the window that opens, find the WhatsApp app and enable the duplication feature; After that, a second WhatsApp will appear on your desktop, where you can log in from another number and use it as an alternative.
Can I use WhatsApp on my tablet?
Open WhatsApp on your smartphone and tap on the three dots in the top right corner. Then select “WhatsApp Web”; your camera starts automatically. Scan the QR code on your tablet. WhatsApp now opens on your tablet and is ready to use.
1) If you’re using two phones and want to use the same WhatsApp account on both devices, first download the Whatscan Pro app to your additional phone. Make sure your phone is connected to a stable Wi-Fi connection. 2) Open the app and tap “Start Now”. You may have been waiting for the next page to open because of ads.
Can you use WhatsApp without your phone?
The web version of WhatsApp came out in 2015. Without a smartphone connected to the internet, you cannot use it. To activate the application, you need to go to the web address.whatsapp.com, open the app on your smartphone, select WhatsApp Web from the menu and scan the QR code displayed on your computer screen.
When browsing, make sure the Stay connected option is selected. Then take your phone, open the WhatsApp app, select WhatsApp Web and point the camera frame at the QR code. Automatically, you will be logged in. From now on, you can always sign in to WhatsApp without a code through WhatsApp Desktop.
Different ways to communicate
Changing your security and privacy settings The privacy and security settings on WhatsApp are easy to understand and easy to personalize. Read more about it on our privacy page.
Verify received information To limit the spread of false information, it is advisable to verify the authenticity of messages received. Some of them may not be true. If you don’t know who sent a message you received, we recommend you contact official agencies that perform background checks on the information you received. To learn more about how to prevent the spread of misinformation, read this article.
Forwarded Emails To help prevent the spread of misinformation, we place restrictions on forwarding emails. Identifying forwarded messages is easy: you will see the Forwarded Message label. When a message is forwarded from user to user multiple times, it is marked with a double arrow symbol. To learn more about restrictions on forwarding messages, see this article.