WhatsApp Disappearing Messages Feature: WhatsApp keeps bringing new features for its users. A lot of new features have been added to WhatsApp in the past few months. The instant messaging app of Facebook keeps working on giving new features to WhatsApp users. WhatsApp is now testing a new feature, with the help of this feature, the messages sent by the users will disappear automatically.
The message will disappear after the set deadline. This feature has recently been spotted in Android public beta version v2.19.275 of WhatsApp. Despite being part of the beta version, it is still not available for public usage and the feature is currently in the development stage.
According to sources, WhatsApp is actively working on this feature. This feature will be released in the future bug-free with WhatsApp update. It has been said on the website that as indicated by the name of the feature, the message is automatically deleted by chat. This feature is quite identical to the way Snapchat works. In Snapchat the messages are automatically deleted after some time.
Any chat that is marked as ‘Disappeared’ will disappear after the set time. To enable this feature you will have to go to the group info, then need to click on the ‘Enable Disappearing messages’ option. Well, you will be able to test and use this feature when it is launched for the public.
This new feature of ‘Disappearing Message’ will prove useful for those who share sensitive information on WhatsApp. Recall that WhatsApp rolled out a new feature for its Android users last month. With the help of this new feature of WhatsApp, users can share the status story directly on Facebook Story and other apps. This will save the time of separately adding stories to both platforms. If you run WhatsApp and your Facebook profile with a business name then this feature must be very useful for you.
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