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Thursday, March 8, 2018

WhatsApp for Android Now Gives You 4,096 Seconds to Delete a Message for Everyone


 The limit to delete WhatsApp messages has been extended to only Android beta 2.18.69 for now
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Delete for Everyone was introduced in November last year
  • Currently, users have a 7-minute window to delete messages
  • Now, the Android beta gives users 4,096 seconds to delete a message
WhatsApp's for some time asked for and just as of late presented Delete for Everyone include looks set to get an update. The latest WhatsApp beta (v2.18.69) for Android now gives users up to 4,096 seconds (68 minutes and 16 seconds) to erase a message for everybody in a chat. As of now, in stable forms, a user needs to erase a message for everybody in 420 seconds (or 7 minutes). Contingent upon how well it's gotten, this expansion can be required to advance toward the steady form soon. It is likewise apparently advancing toward the iPhone application soon.


The change was first spotted by WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp refresh following site. The site noticed that v2.18.68 WhatsApp beta rendition for Android incorporates a refresh to the Stickers highlight that crippled as a matter of course - a slight alteration of its symbol. Since the news was accounted for on Friday, WhatsApp has discharged two more beta renditions for Android (v2.18.70 and v.2.18.71), and WABetaInfo has spotted new disabled-by-default feature as a matter, of course, includes like Locked Recording (locking the voice message record button into put when recording), and sticker pack size display.

Another feature WhatsApp was recently spotted in testing, but once again disabled by default, shows whether a message has been forwarded. The Forwarded Message label shows up on top of the message if it has been forwarded from another, or same chat. The move if nothing classifies forwards, and could be amongst the first steps to combat spam and fake news. The feature was spotted in WhatsApp beta (v2.18.67) for Android. The same version also brought Stickers to Android - but can't be used.

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