New Delhi. Instant messaging app WhatsApp gave its users the features of Disappearing Message feature in November last year, in this feature, after a specified time after the message is read, it is automatically deleted. Right now WhatsApp gives the option to keep your message for 7 days and after that your message gets deleted automatically. Now the company is going to give users the option to keep their messages for more days. According to WhatsApp update tracker WABetaInfo, the company is testing the option to keep this feature for up to 90 days in addition to keeping it for 24 hours.
According to a report by WABetaInfo, in the Android beta version 184.108.40.206 of Facebook-owned WhatsApp is going to give the option to keep the message for 90 days. WABetaInfo has also shared a screenshot with this report, in which the option of keeping 90 days along with the option of 7 days is visible, in addition to this the option of 24 hours is also shown in this screenshot. The company has been testing this new feature for a long time. This report indicates that WhatsApp is going to roll out both these features for users soon. However, both these features are still under development and not available to beta testers.
Recently it became possible to transfer chats from iPhone to Android
More recently, WhatsApp has given the feature of chat transfer from iPhone to Android and Android to iPhone, in which you can transfer voice notes, images in one click apart from chat. This is the first time that WhatsApp has given such a feature to its users. At present, WhatsApp currently uses Google Drive for chat backup in Android phone, while WhatsApp uses iCloud for chat backup in iPhone.