WhatsApp Users Can Now Make Messages Disappear by Default After 24 Hours
WhatsApp users can now make messages disappear by default after 24 hours. The new feature can be turned on for all new one-on-one chats. This feature will not affect previously-opened chats. Likewise, users can enable the disappearing messages setting for existing groups. The time for messages to disappear will be set by the creator of the group. The new option will be available to all users starting today.
The default disappearing messages setting allows users to set the period after which messages will disappear from the app. The user can set a time between seven days and ninety days. In addition, users can also set the duration for new conversations, group chats, or even individual chats. If users don’t want the messages to disappear after the specified time, they can turn the setting off for individual chats.
This new feature was first reported by WhatsApp last year. It lets users make messages disappear by default after 24 hours. Previously, the feature only applied to new one-on-one chats. It used to be necessary to turn it on for each individual chat. Now, users can turn it off for individual chats. That way, they can save the space of their conversations.
The feature can be toggled for individual chats or for all chats. By enabling this feature, users can keep some useful messages longer than others. This feature is available on all platforms and can be turned on for specific chats. However, users can also turn the setting off for individual chats. This will make it easier to delete the messages after a certain time frame.
The new option is available for all WhatsApp platforms. It is possible to enable or disable the feature on individual chats. Once enabled, the new feature will not apply to group chats. The timer is only applicable for one-on-one chats. Unlike the Snapchat messaging service, this option can be turned off for all groups. It can be turned off for the entire group.
Currently, the option is only available to all chats, but users can choose to turn it off for individual chats. Choosing the option will not affect existing chats, but will make messages disappear by default. In a recent update, the new feature was made available for all users in WhatsApp. While it was initially not available in all countries, it is now available for WhatsApp’s US and UK users.
If you don’t want to have your messages disappear after 24 hours, you can turn off the default feature for individual chats. It won’t affect group chats, but the new option can be turned off for specific chats. The new setting is available on all platforms, including iOS and Android. Using the new feature will enable the disappearing of messages for the entire group.
If you’ve recently switched off the option for individual chats, you can switch off the setting for the entire group. If you want to keep messages in the group longer, you can turn off the option for each individual chat. This feature will make it easier to hide individual chats while keeping others private. If you’re not sure about the change, then you can change the settings for all chats in your WhatsApp account.
The new feature is available for all chats and all platforms. The feature will work on any of the three platforms. Admins can choose to enable the option for their own group. When this feature is on, messages will disappear by default after 24 hours. This will be different for each platform. If you want to disable it for individual chats, you will have to go into each individual chat and turn it off for the entire group.