Here's how to use Instant Messaging (WhatsApp, Messenger, Telegram) via Opera browser.

Opera has launched a new update to its desktop browser, bringing with it the integration of instant messaging applications, WattsUp, Musger and Telegram.

Where users can now rely on the browser to chat with their friends in a more flexible and easy way through the sidebar.

The company has started to update its users around the world and is expected to arrive in a few days.

First you can show the application icons you want to use on the sidebar by right-clicking and marking ()) next to the application.


You can then click on the application icon and choose Pin sidebar if you have not previously installed the sidebar permanently.
Now give the necessary permissions to the application and press Get started.
 You will receive a window asking you to fill in the personal details of your account. In the case of Telegram, for example, you will add the country and the telephone number and then click Next on the top of the list and you will receive the activation code on your smartphone, and after entering it you will be able to chat with your friends directly through the browser.
 If you receive a new message from a friend you will notice a small red circle on the app icon telling you that there are unread messages.

No doubt this feature is vital for people who work on multiple tasks simultaneously so that they can access all their accounts on the desktop with high flexibility.

The new feature of Opera is quite similar in terms of security to using the WTSP, Messenger or Telegram application via the web. The company can not access any shared information or messages sent through these applications.
Here's how to use Instant Messaging (WhatsApp, Messenger, Telegram) via Opera browser. Here's how to use Instant Messaging (WhatsApp, Messenger, Telegram) via Opera browser. Reviewed by Abdenbi Touati on 07:02:00 Rating: 5

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