WhatsApp Web interface – easier to use than on mobile
I may look like someone who thinks a bit backward; but Off late, I prefer using WhatsApp and Twitter on the web than using mobile device. I usually use these platforms for sharing information ond answering questions from my followers / groups on WhatsApp. Often, it requires me to do a bit research, refer a few things on the web and share a link. I find it easier to copy and share link on web browser using laptop than on a mobile device.
Another advantage I see is on web interface, we get to scan more information than on mobile device but with simple design.For instance, WhatsApp shows users / groups in the left pane and messages of active user / group on the right. On TweetDeck, we see content in columns so it doesn’t require to switch different tabs or using multiple back buttons.
WhatsApp can be used on a browser using its web interface. When you open this link, it shows a QR Code. What one needs to do use, go to mobile device -> WhatsApp -> Settings -> WhatsApp web/desktop -> Scan QR Code and point your phone to QR Code shown on your browser; It will load your content on web interface. Only thing to be noted is that your WhatsApp on mobile device still needs to stay connected.
Using this web interface, it’s to share anything like photos, links, media etc., is far more easy.