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Whatsapp working on ‘disappearing messages’ feature for future update

03-10-201903-10-2019 16:03:38 IST
2019-10-03T10:33:38.183Z03-10-2019 2019-10-03T10:33:25.498Z - - 15-10-2019

Whatsapp working on ‘disappearing messages’ feature for future update
According to WABetaInfo, known WhatsApp tipster, the Facebook-owned platform is aggressively working on a new feature and it will be released bug-free as a part of a future WhatsApp update. The new feature will give its users an ability to send disappearing messages. These messages will self-destruct after a set period of time. 

The traces of this feature were spotted in the recently released public beta version of WhatsApp for Android. It is currently in development stage and is not available for public usage, even as a part of the beta version. The user will be able to mark the chat as ‘disappeared’ enabling the option ‘Disappearing messages’, in Group Info. When the chat is marked as ‘disappeared,’ all messages will be automatically removed after a certain interval. This is one of the most popular features of ‘Telegram.’

However, the new feature that will be made available shortly would be useful for those who share sensitive information on WhatsApp. WhatsApp had last month rolled out a feature for Android users to let them share their status stories directly on Facebook Story and other apps. Just like Instagram, WhatsApp's status Stories let users post images, text and videos on your profile that disappear after 24 hours. 



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