WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging application, recently introduced a feature of automatically disappearing messages called ViewVance.
However, now the administration has started working on the feature of automatically saving the missing message.
WhatsApp is making significant changes to expand the scope of this feature, according to Webbata Info, a website that tracks changes in WhatsApp.
According to the report, when enabling this feature, the user wishes that the recipient will delete his message as soon as he sees it, however, other important messages are also deleted in this cycle.
WhatsApp is working on providing a feature that will allow users to view important messages from missing messages later.
A statement from the social media app said that the feature is currently being tested and it is hoped that it will be released to users in future updates.
However, WhatsApp has not specified whether this feature will be released for both Android or iOS users or for a single platform only.
WhatsApp, a popular instant messaging app, recently announced that it will be making changes to its “disappearance” feature. This feature allows users to set a timer for messages to automatically delete after a certain period of time, such as 7 days or 1 month.
The new changes will give users more control over how long their messages will stay visible. For example, users will be able to set the timer to disappear messages as soon as they are read or a specific time after they are sent. Additionally, WhatsApp will also allow users to choose different expiration times for different chats, instead of having the same expiration time for all chats.
The reason behind these changes is to give users more privacy and security when it comes to their messages. By allowing messages to automatically delete, users can be sure that their sensitive information will not be stored indefinitely on the app’s servers. Additionally, giving users more control over the disappearance feature will allow them to tailor the feature to their specific needs.
It is important to note that this feature is end-to-end encrypted, meaning that the messages will be deleted for both the sender and the receiver once the timer expires.