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According to reports, WhatsApp is working on a similar update that will make messages disappear after 90 days, following the release of an update that allowed users to send messages which would disappear after seven days.
GizmoChina reported on Thursday that the popular messaging app is working on view-once messages, which would disappear forever after only being viewed once.
This is similar to the 90-day disappearing message feature in its latest Beta build. Messages would be removed after about three months, it added.
As of right now, this is available in the Android Beta build version 126.96.36.199.
According to WaBetaInfo, a new menu will allow users to customize their 'Disappearing Messages', as well as screenshots of the new menu.
In other words, this menu gives users more flexibility and options to choose from.
Since WhatsApp has a history of testing features for weeks or even months before they are released to a wider user base, it is unclear when this feature will be added to the live WhatsApp build.
After some time, they may add this feature to the WhatsApp app. There's a chance, however, that it won
Whatsapp is the most popular messaging app in the world with more than 5 billion downloads, so even a small change that customers do not like could have some series results.
Innovating, on the other hand, is good, but must take customer feedback