the The WhatsApp Some updates will be released from safety e aggregate before the end of the year. The goal is to prevent users from feeling embarrassed after they regret some of the forwarded messages.
The first of them will be the job that enables Listen to a voice message before sending it to the contact. If errors are identified, the user can re-record what was said. It is second only to the goal Feature coming soon For all users of the platform.
The second novelty is temporary messages, which are already available in the application. The feature was announced by Mark Zuckerberg himself in a Facebook post. According to him, “Not all messages have to last forever.”
In practice, this means that the user will be able to schedule the automatic deletion of messages sent in the application, setting deadlines of 24 hours, seven days and 90 days (three months). That is, the temporary messages will disappear from the chats according to the duration of the selected mode.
This can help those who regret a conversation they had with a contact or simply contribute to freeing up more space used by WhatsApp.
Hide status function in WhatsApp
On the issue of security, the messenger, which has about 2 billion users around the world, is about to launch a new function related to the visual status, referring to the latest arrival.
As predicted by the WABetaInfo portal, users will soon be able to officially hide their online status (so far, tricks are used to ensure the same effect) from people who have never been saved to their Contacts or who have never spoken to.
“We are pleased to have released this update that improves the privacy and security of our users, making it more difficult for people you don’t know or haven’t spoken to to find out their last WhatsApp contact or status. This won’t change anything between you and your friends or family,” a WhatsApp spokesperson said. Or companies you already know and communicate with.”
Despite the announcement, release dates for the job have not been revealed.
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