WhatsApp has finally begun deploying the feature to its users after WhatsApp Rolls out Disappearing Messages earlier this week. As previously specified, messages will immediately be deleted and stay for 7 days.
WhatsApp Rolls out Disappearing Messages: Everything you need to know
Either person may activate or disable messages that disappear during personal chats. To do this, type on the name of the contact and select ‘Messages disappear.’ Tap ‘Continue’ when prompted and select ‘On’ once you’ve done so. The same method applies to group chats, but remember that only group administrators can control messages that disappear.
It is worth noting that messages sent via missing messages remain in chat before you start using the feature if you quote them. In addition, the recipient is able to transmit missing messages to other chats to save a copy of the talks. And yes, users can take screenshots of messages that have disappeared. Taking these limitations into account, WhatsApp recommends that trusted people use this feature.
WhatsApp Rolls out Disappearing Messages That Self-Destruct After 7 Days and this month the function should reach all users. Disappearing messages remained unavailable on my device as of this writing. Make sure that you update the app from the Google Play Store or App Store, to be among the first to receive the feature.
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