WhatsApp would be working on messages that self-destruct in the purest Snapchat style.

WhatsApp is still one of the most popular messaging applications worldwide, so the company does not cease its efforts to incorporate news.

WhatsApp would be working on messages that self-destruct in the purest Snapchat style.
WhatsApp would be working on messages that self-destruct in the purest Snapchat style.


After the arrival of the new emoji and its new Facebook logo; The app would now be working on a feature in the purest Snapchat style: messages that self-destruct.

The specialized media WABetaInfo has unveiled a new function that is hidden in the latest beta for Android, version 2.19.348, and it is that the popular instant messaging application would be testing the self-destructing messages.

That is a function for 'Delete messages,' of which they have shared a series of screenshots.

At the moment, this function is under development, and it may not reach the final version of the messaging application shortly.

The same source has revealed that this new WhatsApp feature can be found in 'Contact Information' or in the 'Group Settings' of a chat.

Also, it should be noted that only the administrators of the groups will have access to this new function that WhatsApp, for the moment, would be developing.

In the images, it can also be appreciated that users can choose when messages are deleted, such as the term of one hour, one month, or one year, among others.

At the moment, this new function is under development, and it is unknown when it will reach the final version of WhatsApp, although it is unlikely to be shortly.

Therefore, we have to wait for the company to officially announce this new feature that reminds us of Snapchat messages.

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