Well, WhatsApp is now testing and developing a “Disappearing Message” feature with almost the 24-hour option for the personal and group chats
As per the WABetaInfo which is a website that keeps track of WhatsApp in Beta that reveals that the disappearing message feature will be soon available in the upcoming updates.
According to the Sunday update, “WhatsApp won’t replace the 7 days option, but 24 hours will be an addition.”
Soon WhatsApp will be involving the 24-hour option in the section where the people can be used to enable or disable disappearing messages for both personal and group chats. However, whenever the user selects the “24-hours,” all the messages sent or received after this the change will expire soon after the 24 hours. Soon they will be disappearing from the chat.
The report states, “The feature is under development and it will be available in a future update for iOS, Android and Web/Desktop.”
Last year in the month of November, WhatsApp has launched the much-awaited “Disappearing Messages” for Android and iOS users. It will automatically delete the new messages which are sent to a chat after the seven days when turned on.
However, in one-to-one chat, either the person can turn the disappearing message on or off. However, the groups, admins will have complete control over the new features.
Notably, the Facebook-owned platform has started with the seven-day limit “because we think it offers peace of mind that conversations aren’t permanent while remaining practical so you don’t forget what you were chatting about”.
As soon as it is enabled, new messages are sent in the individuals or group chat which disappear after seven days. Well, the most recent selection controls all the messages in the chat. WhatsApp mentioned that people should make use of the disappearing messages with the trusted individuals.