WhatsApp, one of the most popular, most downloaded apps in the world frequently adds new features to attract more users and retain the existing ones. Earlier in October, there was a rumor that WhatsApp is testing a new feature named ‘Disappearing Messages’. However, its function was not clear until recently.
In the latest version of WhatsApp Beta for Android 2.19.275, this feature has been spotted again. Now there is more understanding regarding the purpose of the feature.
This feature is now called ‘Delete Messages’. It lets the users messages expire after a certain amount of time. That time can either be an hour, day, week, month or a year.
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WABetaInfo’s findings have revealed that this feature will make sure that the group message conversations don’t take too much storage on smartphones. The feature is only accessible to the group chat’s administrator and the setting will be applicable to all the members of a group chat.
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In an earlier article, we informed our readers that WhatsApp is all set to launch the much-awaited Dark Mode Feature and as per reports some of its users have already tested the mentioned mode. WABetaInfo reports revealed that it is presently working on launching the dark mode. But, the feature is all set to be launched for some users who are making use of the Android Beta version of the app.
Also in another article, we unveiled that WhatsApp would be soon ending on many devices in 2020. WhatsApp on its blog said, “Users of these operating systems are already unable to create new WhatsApp accounts or re-verify existing accounts.”