WhatsApp tests the option to delete messages after 90 days
WhatsApp announced that it is working on testing a new function that would allow delete messages until after three months of being sent. Thanks to the great reception that temporary messaging had, launched in November 2020, the company now seeks to offer its users the option of choosing the time periods in which they want to delete messages.
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Thus, the function that is under development would have, in addition to the default 24 hours, the possibility of deleting a message in 7 or 90 days. Option that seeks to give more flexibility and security to the messaging application, especially when it comes to confidential issues such as passwords or documents.
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It should be noted that so that they can vanish the messages the account must have the option activated. On the other hand, although it is active, it does not apply to responses made to specific content or to messages forwarded to other chats.
It is also worth remembering that to send messages that ‘self-destruct’ you must configure each chat. To do this, first enter the conversation, then go to the name of the contact, in the ‘pop-up screen’ touch the option temporary messages and activate it.
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Although, for now, group and individual chat conversations delete messages in 24 hours, it is expected that soon it will be possible to choose the option that best suits each user. In addition, as usual, the first to access this new function will be the users Beta for Android and iOS.
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