From message deletion delay to photo editor: WhatsApp to introduce new features SOON


The messaging app owned by Meta WhatsApp is one of the most used and loved apps in the world. People use the app not only to stay in touch with friends and family, but also to conduct business.

That is why WhatsApp is always making sure to add new features to the messaging app so that users can enjoy their experience. Today we are going to tell you about all the new features that WhatsApp is about to introduce for its users.

A longer period for deleting the messages

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As of now, WhatsApp allows a user to delete messages that are 1 hour, 8 minutes, and 16 seconds old, however, the company is currently testing a 7-day and 8-minute time limit so that users can delete unwanted messages when they need it. wish. .

Audio Messages – Playback Controls

From now on, when you transfer voice note to WhatsApp, it is not possible to speed up the audio because the play speed button is not available, but a new feature will be available for it soon. WhatsApp is working on the introduction of a playback speed button for transferred voice notes. The feature was spotted in a recent beta of WhatsApp beta for iOS.

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Last seen, profile photo privacy setting

WhatsApp is also testing a feature on its beta for iOS and Android where users will be able to hide their last seen, profile picture, and status from particular contacts.

Photo editor

The messaging app owned by Meta WhatsApp, earlier this month also announced that it will integrate an in-app photo editor, starting with WhatsApp Web.

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WhatsApp web version gets built-in sticker maker feature

According to The Verge, the web version of WhatsApp has been updated with a built-in custom sticker maker, which allows users to turn ordinary images from their computer into stickers that can be sent through the messaging service. To access this new feature, click the paperclip icon (attachments), select Sticker, and then choose an image to upload. Once uploaded, the images can be edited to turn them into a perfect sticker.

(With contributions from the agency)



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