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WhatsApp to increase 'delete messages for everyone' time to week: All you need to know
WhatsApp is now planning to change the time limit for message deletion from 1 hour, 8 minutes, 16 seconds, to 7 days and 8 minutes
WhatsApp update: Meta-owned famous messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly working on increasing the time limit until when you can delete messages for everyone in chats. Currently, the messaging applications allow you to delete messages for everyone within 1 hour, 8 minutes, 16 seconds.
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But now, this limit is reported to be extended significantly in a future update. this Meta-owned application is currently working on this limit hike, and it is not even available for beta testers for now. While WhatsApp was earlier working on removing any limit on message deletion, those plans seem to have changed, the WABetaInfo reported.
WABetaInfo reports that a new update to the message deletion feature has been spotted on WhatsApp Desktop beta 2.2147.4. The latest beta update suggests that WhatsApp is now planning to change the time limit for message deletion from 1 hour, 8 minutes, 16 seconds, to 7 days and 8 minutes.
Also, WhatsApp in May rolled out the ability to change the playback speeds of voice messages and now the firm is working on bringing the same feature to audio messages. As per a report, when you forward a voice note, it`s not possible to speed up the audio because the playback speed button is not available, but a new feature is coming soon for it.
Recently, WhatsApp also started rolling out end-to-end encrypted chat backups for iOS and Android users globally. With the new update, if a user chooses to back up his chat history with end-to-end encryption, it will be accessible only to him, and no one will be able to unlock the backup. Neither WhatsApp nor the backup service provider will be able to access their end-to-end encryption backup.
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