WhatsApp users benefit from an innovation.Image: EPA FILE / Ritchie B. Tongo
WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging service. 58 million alone people chat only on Germany about that, worldwide there are almost two billion. The group, which belongs to Meta, announced it in 2020.
To make sure it stays that way, WhatsApp keeps providing updates for innovations, for example new features or emojis. Now you can react to a message with an emoji and save yourself a longer response. The same feature will now also be introduced for WhatsApp status, a trial version for Android This already exists.
But now comes the next innovation that many WhatsApp users will like.
WhatsApp improves old function
Almost everyone knows it: you send a message and you immediately regret it. The messenger has already created a remedy for that. Currently, messages can be deleted within an hour of being sent.
You can still see the message that the message has been deleted in the chat history, but the message itself has disappeared. Now WhatsApp goes one step further.
Now Meta seems to be getting ready, namelyWhen the time period was significantly extended, that is, to “a little over two days.” WhatsApp reported on Monday Twitter. More details are already available in a blog specialized in technology. “9To5Mac“For example, write that it was up to two days and twelve hours.
💭 Rethinking your message? You will now have a little over 2 days to delete your messages from your chats after you hit send.
— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) August 8, 2022
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However, deleted messages might have already been read by the recipient, notices WhatsApp in. It is also possible that the media sent in photos was saved even though the associated message was deleted in the Whatsapp chat.
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Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Meta.Image: imago stock&people / IP3press
The focus should be on privacy and protection of one’s online presence. Users should be able to personalize the online ad or leave group chats without notifying all members.
It is normal to be afraid of social situations, for example when you join a new group of people, such as when you change schools or jobs or start your studies.
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