A new WhatsApp function arrives that will be dangerous for those who talk a lot

Chega nova função no WhatsApp que será perigosa para quem conversa muito

The most popular messaging app in Brazil is another novelty: the arrival of a new WhatsApp function that will be dangerous for those who talk a lot.

This is an unprecedented invisibility mode for individual conversations, and it is currently being tested for some users.

In it, the user will have the possibility to set the default timer for temporary messages. But with new periods.

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For example, if the user chooses 24 hours, temporary message mode will be automatically enabled in new chats with that duration.

A dangerous resource for those who talk a lot. After all, after this time has passed, the chat and messages from that period will disappear.

A new WhatsApp function arrives that will be dangerous for those who talk a lot

However, the app has not yet determined when this new functionality will be ready and available to everyone. users WhatsApp beta They were the only ones to test the feature so far.

However, this does not mean that those who have iOS devices (Iphones) will be disqualified. As the functionality is still under development, there is a perspective that specific changes will occur.

However, after all the testing, including tweaks and bug fixes, WhatsApp should finally release this new feature. With that, just update to start using.

According to WhatsApp, you can easily update the app from the App Store on your phone device.

“We always recommend that you use the latest version of WhatsApp to get access to new features and bug fixes,” he says.

On Android, just go to the Google Play Store and search for “WhatsApp”. Then tap on the update button next to WhatsApp Messenger.

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The same procedure applies to iOS. Open the App Store, search for “WhatsApp” and finally, click on the update button next to WhatsApp Messenger.

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