WhatsApp will soon launch a feature on its main application that will allow the users to ‘mass delete’ all stored files, text, images, videos, voice notes, and GIFs.
The feature was introduced in WhatsApp’s test versions. In iOS, it was called ‘Part of the Storage Usage’ while on Android the feature would be called Mass Delete.
Users can access this feature by a simple process. They need to tap into settings, choose storage space and then clear all the data.
Before this WhatsApp introduced another interesting feature, to un-send the messages that the user find embarrassing or was accidentally sent to the wrong person. This feature is also currently in testing phase and will soon roll out on Android and Apple.
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