Since last November, WhatsApp announced that the disappearing messages. This option will allow users to choose whether chats in a conversation are automatically deleted after a certain time. In this regard, new information shared by WABetaInfo, a medium specialized in WhatsApp, says self-destruction could be extended to ninety days.
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WhatsApp wants to extend the deadline to ninety days for messages that disappear
WhatsApp users will be able to choose between three different options regarding disappearing messages: after one day, seven days or ninety days. Besides, of course, the option to deactivate this function to keep all the messages of a chat forever.
The possibility that messages from a conversation automatically disappear is a function that WhatsApp has worked on so far in 2021. And although there is still no confirmed date for its official launch in the app, this is the first time that WABetaInfo share a glimpse of what it will look like.
What is the purpose of disappearing messages?
The disappearing messages will come to WhatsApp with the purpose of deleting conversations after up to three months as a way to clean and empty chats automatically so as not to saturate the phone memory. In addition, and much more important, to safeguard the Privacy & Security of what is shared on WhatsApp.
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Disappearing messages will be joined by various new privacy-related WhatsApp features, such as photos that self-destruct after being viewed once. Have you already tried this latest novelty?
The WhatsApp entry changes the messages that disappear and will now last 90 days. It appears first in Hola Telcel – Blog of Movies, Music, Gaming and Mobile Technology.