How to use WhatsApp web on your PC, laptop or tablet?
Open your PC, laptop, or even tablet browser and head to web.whatsapp
On an Android phone open WhatsApp, tap the three dots at the top right and choose WhatsApp web.
On an iPhone start WhatsApp, tap the settings icon at the bottom left and choose WhatsApp web/desktop.
You'll be prompted to use your smartphone's camera to scan the QR code visible in your computer's web browser.
Then point your phone camera at the computer screen to scan the code.
Whatsapp web will automatically launch in the browser and will remain active until you log out either from your computer or your phone.
You can select this option on your phone by returning to the WhatsApp Web menu and choose to log out from all devices.
For logging out from your PC you can do it by tapping the three dots icon at the top of the conversation thread, then choose Log out.
Open WhatsApp Web on your computer's browser or open the desktop app using web.whatsapp.
Click your profile icon at the top. To change your profile photo from your computer, click on your profile photo if you have set one already > click on Upload photo or Take photo depending on your choice.
Below your profile picture, you can see your name. Click the pencil icon to edit.
Similarly, below your name you'll see About. Click the pencil icon to edit.
Note: You don't have the option to post WhatsApp Status. However, you can still check your contact's status stories. To do that click on the Status icon, next to your profile picture > now click on any contact to view their status.
Web.whatsapp Dark Mode: How to enable
Go to WhatsApp Web on your computer and log in via the QR code. To do this, open WhatsApp on your Android phone > tap the three-dots icon on the top-right > Settings > WhatsApp Web. On iPhone, open WhatsApp > Settings > Web.whatsapp.
Now scan the code on your computer's screen and login.
Right-click the WhatsApp Web page and click Inspect Element. Now search for body class=“web”. On some browsers such as Safari for Mac, you might have to search for body class="web text-rendering-bug-fix”.
Right-click this line > click Edit.
Now change it to body class="web dark" or body class="web dark text-rendering-bug-fix”.
Hit Enter on the keyboard or just click anywhere else on the page to apply changes.
Now you can enjoy dark mode on WhatsApp Web.
In case you find this too complicated, just install the Stylus addon on Firefox or Google Chrome.
Now install the Dark WhatsApp style from this site. You can also install this style via Github (just scroll down to the Installation section).
That's it, now open WhatsApp Web and enjoy dark mode.
WhatsApp Web not working: How to fix?
You could be having phone connection problems because of which WhatsApp Web might not work on your computer. To fix this, make sure that your phone always has an active internet connection.
You could also be having computer connection problems. If you see a yellow banner above your chats list with the error message "Computer not connected", make sure to check your computer's Internet connection is active. It is not just your phone that needs to have an active and stable connection, but your computer also requires the same.
Lastly, you could also have Wi-Fi problems while using WhatsApp Web. If WhatsApp Web notifies you that you're on a Wi-Fi network that's preventing WhatsApp Web from operating correctly, please make sure your network is set up to bypass traffic to web.whatsapp.com, .web.whatsapp.com, or .whatsapp.net.