WhatsApp users can now make messages disappear by default

WhatsApp users can now make messages disappear by default


WhatsApp will add a new feature to its disappeared message function, which will allow users to set the messages in the chat to be automatically deleted after a period of time.

As Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Facebook, WhatsApp users can now choose to automatically open missing messages for all new one-on-one chats so that all future messages will be automatically deleted from the service.

The messaging service owned by Meta also stated that it provides users with more choices about how long before deleting a message. When the feature was first launched in November last year, users could only choose to make the message disappear after 7 days.

However, looking ahead, you can also choose to delete them after 24 hours or 90 days. There have been reports that new features are under development.

WhatsApp has pointed out that opening the disappeared message by default will not affect existing chats. When you start a new one-on-one chat, a notification will appear stating that the disappearing message feature is turned on, and a note next to it is turned on by default.

You can also choose to turn off the personal chat settings.

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