WhatsApp is preparing to launch a feature to delete photos and videos after being seen by the recipient

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WhatsApp is testing a new feature that will give users the option to delete a photo, video, or photo GIF After sending it, add a featureExpired Media Or “media expiration,” discovered by WhatsApp experts WABetaInfo The ability to delete the media after the recipient sees it and exits the chat, and the report claims that this feature is scheduled to arrive on WhatsApp beta For version 2.20.2011 of Android , Which is currently “under development,” and without a release date, I mentioned WABetaInfo Last month WhatsApp has also been working on providing messages that will be deleted automatically after a specified period of one week.

Tell Whatsapp MailOnline He will not comment on “speculation” regarding either feature, but has just rolled out a new update through the Google Play Beta Bringing the version to 2.20.201.1, he said WABetaInfo.

According to a report WABetaInfo : “When the user decides to send expired media – photos, videos, GIF – Once the recipient leaves the chat, the media will disappear.”

Once enabled, WhatsApp users will be given the option to send expired media by clicking on the new “Expired Media” button next to the message box, and after pressing the button, the feature will be enabled for the selected media.“.

Once sent, the image will completely disappear after the recipient sees it and exits the chat, although they will receive a warning message before exiting..

In general, when WhatsApp users delete their messages, they are replaced with a box that says “This message has been deleted.”And, in contrast, the deleted media will “really disappear from the chat as part of the new feature,” he says WABetaInfo , Without this square.

The report added that Expired Media “It will appear in a different way in the conversation to “help users” easily understand the image that will expire, “although no details are given..



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