WhatsApp It is said to be working on a feature that will allow you to keep some of the disappearing messages in the chat for a long time. According to a report by WABetaInfo, Facebook’s proprietary platform has brought a new beta update for Android users. The update mentions a new disappearing message feature. According to reports, if you have enabled disappearing messages, the feature will allow you to keep certain messages in the chat even after the message has expired.
Currently, you need to disable the temporarily disappeared message feature and forward the message to the same chat in order to keep an invisible message in the chat. The process can be quite tedious and the company seems to be aiming to simplify it with new features.
As per the screenshot shared in the report, the feature will help you to keep the invisible message in the chat. Users will be able to see a pop-up that says “Message from this chat will no longer disappear. Anyone can save it. “If you no longer need it, you can unkip the message. When you select the option, you will see an option that says” This message will disappear. If left open, it will be deleted for everyone. ” ”
Since the feature is still in the early stages of development, it is unknown when the company will roll it out to users. WhatsApp is also planning to introduce a new restriction on message forwarding. After installing a previous update that rolled out this week, certain beta testers will no longer be able to forward a WhatsApp message to multiple group chats at once. With the new restriction, to share a message in multiple WhatsApp groups, you need to select the message and forward it multiple times.