- The feature is available for the Beta testers
- It is part of the privacy
- There is no information about the availability of the feature for the general public
WhatsApp is the most favourite instant messaging application of this planet and the developers of the messaging application bring new features on the regular basis. Well, now we got a new piece of information that suggests the company is gearing up to offer an extension to the current disappearing messages feature. It is reported that WhatsApp is bringing disappearing mode in the privacy section of the application. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming disappearing mode.
Currently, WhatsApp offer disappearing messages feature and you need to enable the same individually for chats and groups but with the upcoming disappearing mode feature, you guys can able to enable the disappearing setup for all the future chats. The feature will automatically delete your future chats after the selected time frame.
It is reported that the upcoming disappearing mode is currently testing on the WhatsApp beta for Android and the platform will notify others when you enable the feature.
We don’t have any information about the exact rolling out of the feature for the general public but we believe that WhatsApp will make it soon.
Separately, WhatsApp is also bringing new design for the contact or group card and the screenshot of the same is also surfaced online, you guys can check it out below.
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