WhatsApp will soon allow users to send messages that will disappear after 24 hours

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Instant messaging application Watts Water Currently on the option to send self-disappearing messages within 7 days as the only option, but the platform is expected to soon launch the option to disappear messages within 24 hours as well, as it was discovered by WABetaInfo, the website that tracks the upcoming features and changes.

And according to WABetaInfo, the 24-hour lifetime of the message will be added to Messages section Hidden where you currently get options to “On” or “Off” which specify the default setting for hidden messages to 7 days, and after this, WhatsApp users will have 7 days or 24 hours to choose from as the validity period for all messages in the chat later.

WhatsApp begins to offer multiple operating speeds for voice messages to users of the trial version of Android, and the WABetaInfo report also adds that this feature will be rolled out to iOS, Android and Web / Desktop through a future update.

More recently, WABetaInfo also suggested that WhatsApp is working to add support for sending self-destruct media on WhatsApp, and once the feature is rolled out, WhatsApp will alert its users by making it clear that it will allow them to send photos and videos more privately, however, it will have The recipient has the option to take screenshots to save the self-destruct media.





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