WhatsApp: Messages scheduled for deletion can be kept

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The The WhatsApp Testing new features to be implemented on the stable platform. Among the novelties is the option that allows the user to save a message that is programmed to be deleted automatically.

However, the opposite procedure will also be valid. The group member can undo the action simply by deleting the message for everyone. The new feature has been revealed in the beta version of The WhatsApp for iOS and Android.

It is worth noting that the messenger currently allows you to activate the option to automatically delete messages within a period of 24 hours, 7 days or 90 days, whether in private conversations or in groups.

However, regarding the new functionality, it is not known if temporary messages will be enabled by administrators only in the case of a group, and another member cannot reverse the process.

However, according to the supplier’s disclosure, when you click on the message you want to keep, a file The WhatsApp It sends the following information: “This message will not disappear from this chat. Anyone can reverse the save.”

On the other hand, when trying to reverse the action, the messenger warns: “This message would have disappeared. Not keeping it will erase it for everyone.” However, it is important to note that the information was released by the specialized website WABetaInfo.

New feature in replying to messages

The messenger recently released a feature that allows users to reply to messages. The news was announced in January of this year, however, it seems that the company really wants to improve the tool.

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According to WABetaInfo, there is a new update (2.22.10.9) for the app by the Google Play Beta Program which issues more reactions/emojis to the users.

Currently, it is possible to use emojis with plus sign, heart, crying laughter, fear, shedding tears and palms together to respond to messages. New reaction options should be released to messenger testers soon.

The new version has a “+” button that allows you to include or select any emoji available on the keyboard. In this sense, as usual, the most used emojis are likely to be among the first options.

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