WhatsApp has introduced the feature of disappearing messages Back in November. Initially, there was only the option to delete messages automatically after 7 days. Earlier this year, a Facebook-owned messaging service Introduced the 24-hour option, And recently it was added ‘Take a look’ feature Recipient will not be allowed to reopen images/videos once viewed. Now, the social media giant seems to be working on adding another option for message expiration – 90 days. When the feature becomes available in the future, users will be offered a menu with options for 90 days, 7 days, 24 hours, and completely off (as shown in the screenshot below). As the name suggests, once the 90 day period is set, all messages will disappear once the widow arrives.
90 Days Disappearing Messages Selection, currently being added to WhatsApp Android Beta, Detected by Leading WhatsApp Tracker WABetaInfo In the latest version V22.214.171.124. Since WhatsApp usually puts features in testing mode for a while, we never really know when it will actually be pushed to everyone.
WhatsApp has recently made available a one-time photo and video feature. After the user sends the disappearing images/videos, the recipient can see them only once. This feature is similar to the one on Instagram. Although images/videos can only be viewed once, the recipient can still take screenshots or use screen records to capture the media and view it again. To send disappearing photos/videos, users must first install the latest version of WhatsApp, then open the app and select the photo or video to send. Once selected, next to the caption bar area, there is a new ‘1’ icon, which means look once, and tap it before users send it.
Written By [Baji Infotech]