whatsapp disappearing messages

WhatsApp may soon launch disappearing photos for Android and iOS – WhatsApp users have already seen the disappearing messages feature, now it’s time to see another feature, “disappearing photos”, which will be released soon. Android and iOS users will soon have a new WhatsApp feature. They are already aware of the message disappear feature, where the individual chat is automatically deleted after 7 days.

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WhatsApp Disappearing Photos for Android and iOS

Now, another interesting feature called disappearing photos that automatically disappear will be released soon. The experiment is undergoing testing and work in progress. As it is already popular on Instagram, some users have already gotten used to it. However, WABetaInfo said recently that it will be added soon.

The post reveals that you can use it by selecting photos from the gallery. In the chat section of WhatsApp, you will see the text box with the bar “Add a caption”. You need to click on the clock-like icon, and when you leave the chat, the photos will automatically disappear.

Instagram users already know this kind of feature. When the opposite person opens the chat, they cannot see the disappearing media. According to WABetaInfo, users can take screenshots of the photos that disappear.

WhatsApp users were introduced to the disappearing messages feature in November last year. The feature is now available on KaiOS devices based on Android, iOS, and Linux. Telegram also has the same feature, but it works very differently from other platforms. You can check if you want to mute the Whatsapp video before sending it.

If you compare the feature with WhatsApp, you can understand that Telegram allows users to define the duration of the disappearance message, where WhatsApp disappearance messages last only seven days. Snapchat also has the same feature, but it works differently. A snap is deleted after it is opened, an unopened snap sent for a group chat lasts 24 hours, and all other snaps last 30 days. If you haven’t already got disappearance messages, updating the app may resolve the issue.

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