An amazing feature is coming in WhatsApp, now your message will be ‘disappeared’ in 24 hours

Amazing Feature WhatsApp

Amazing Feature: WhatsApp keeps bringing amazing features to its users so that the chatting experience of the users can be improved. In this episode, WhatsApp gave its users the option to automatically delete messages in November last year. Through this feature, the messages present in the chat are automatically deleted. WhatsApp currently offers this feature with a 7-day deadline. Which can be reduced to 24 hours soon. WhatsApp is now testing this service, messages will automatically disappear after a 24-hour time limit after the service arrives.

To avoid misinformation, WhatsApp already supports disappearing messages since a few months: check out Contact/Group Info. If you enable this feature, messages disappear after 7 days. WhatsApp is currently testing a different expiration now and this test is under development.

Also, Read This: New Amazing feature in WhatsApp, you can stop the voice of the video, Here is How

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is testing the ability to set messages to disappear after 24 hours. But there is no information about when it will be released to all users.

Recently WhatsApp Introducing private and secure calling from the desktop

Answering on a bigger screen makes it easier to work with colleagues, see your family more clearly on a bigger canvas, or free up your hands to move around a room while talking. To make desktop calling more useful, we made sure it works seamlessly for both portrait and landscape orientation appears in a resizable standalone window on your computer screen and is set to be always on top so you never lose your video chats in a browser tab or stack of open windows.

Voice and video calls on WhatsApp are end-to-end encrypted, so WhatsApp can’t hear or see them, whether you call from your phone or your computer. We’re starting with one-to-one calls on the WhatsApp desktop app so we make sure we can give you a reliable and high-quality experience. We will be expanding this feature to include group voice and video calls in the future.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *