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WhatsApp message deleting time limit to increase, find out how much you’ll get

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New Delhi, India: Every WhatsApp user is aware that their app is evolving all the time. It’s now being said that the instant messaging programme is working on extending the time limit for deleting submitted communications. If you need to delete a message that has already been sent to everyone, you have one hour, eight minutes, and sixteen seconds to do so. According to sources, the new WhatsApp message deletion time limit would be doubled to 7 days and 8 minutes.

It’s worth noting that the WhatsApp feature will be available first to Android users, with an iOS version coming later. “It will be allowed to erase communications for everyone older than 1 hour, 8 minutes, 16 seconds at a later date,” according to WABetaInfo. In particular, we can confirm that WhatsApp is aiming to change the duration restriction in a future upgrade to 7 days and 8 minutes.”

“Because the functionality is still in development, their plans for this option may alter before the official release or a fresh announcement from their social accounts,” the statement continued.

Two new features have recently been added to WhatsApp for Android users. Two of the features are Flash Calls and Message Level Reporting. New Android users who use WhatsApp or users who reinstall WhatsApp on an Android phone can use the Flash Calls feature to verify their phone numbers with an automated call instead of relying on an SMS message with the verification codes.

As a result, WhatsApp will call users to verify their phone numbers, lowering the amount of scams and assuring user safety. Users will be able to report accounts to WhatsApp by flagging individual messages using the Message Level Reporting feature. Long-pressing a certain message will allow users to either report or block that user.

WhatsApp’s platform is always evolving and improving to make it safer, more secure, and more enjoyable to use.

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