WhatsApp tests messages that disappear within 24 hours


Despite the controversy caused by its new privacy policy, WhatsApp is still one of the most used Android applications in the world, and if it wants to maintain this premium site, it is well aware that it needs to include more functions, and one of the latest features that are being tested are messages That self-destruct within 24 hours.

Just as we can read in Gizchina, echoing the information that specialist broker WABetainfo has posted on his official Twitter account, WhatsApp will test a new functionality that will allow us to have more control over our messages.

After including calls and video calls in the desktop version, Facebook's proprietary instant messaging client now wants to integrate self-destructing messages day in and day out.

Remember that WhatsApp has already enabled the message self-destruct function since the end of last year, but this feature specifies a 7-day period to delete the message, and now WhatsApp wants to reduce this period to 24 hours only.

Although there is no certainty that this function will be implemented, it can be an obvious maneuver to avoid losing users to Telegram, which has already had this feature for some time, called Secret Chats.

Whatever the case, starting from May 15, 2021, the day the new terms of use of WhatsApp come into effect, we will be able to verify whether WhatsApp will maintain the largest number of active users, or if vice versa.

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