WhatsApp iOS is preparing the Disappearing Messages feature as well as redesigned chat bubbles

WhatsApp iOS is preparing the Disappearing Messages feature as well as redesigned chat bubbles

WhatsApp for iOS has just released version upgrade to beta users. The update will not only get to see new chat bubbles that are designed with a modern look, and more details on what they can use the Disappearing Messages feature works.

Disappearing Messages

According to the dependable WABetaInfo, this beta is available for users to test and includes intriguing new features for WhatsApp. We have already reviewed the new colors for the revamped chat bubbles. This time, WABetaInfo gives us more details about the new colors of chat bubbles.

If you compare an old bubble to the latest one, you can see round and larger vibrant chat bubbles. The publication also shows the exact color of old and new chat bubbles.

Color of old light bubbles #E1F6CA

New light bubble color: #E2FDD5

Old dark color of a bubble #295F60

New dark bubble color: #204F46

In addition, WhatsApp has also launched useful tools for managing disappearing messages. According to WABetaInfo WhatsApp, the app lets users choose between three times of time: 24/7, 7 days, or 90 days.

Below is the way WhatsApp describes how the feature functions:

Chat messages disappear

To ensure privacy and more storage For more privacy and storage, any new messages disappear from the chat for all users after the chosen time. Anyone who is a part of the chat can modify the setting.

You can also activate the “Default Message Timer” within WhatsApp Privacy Settings. Once you enable this, new chats will begin with the option of deleting messages set to the desired duration according to WABetaInfo.

The features listed above are currently in beta, but it should not be time for WhatsApp to begin rolling out these features across all its users. Another feature that users are waiting for WhatsApp to launch is support for multi-devices as in addition to the ability to transfer chats to iOS and Android to Android and vice versa.

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