Group administrators in WhatsApp will be able to delete any message for everyone.
WhatsApp It is working to bring more than one feature to improve the experience of its users. As for the convenience of customers, the company already offers many special features, and now another very special feature of the app has come to the fore. According to a report from WABetInfo, the WhatsApp instant messaging application is working on several features to improve its user interface. The app is now rolling out a feature where group admin messages will get a “Delete for everyone” button.
This means that the admin can delete any message posted in the group and then that message will not be visible to anyone. According to the report, the new feature to delete group messages for everyone will help group managers to moderate their WhatsApp groups in a better way.
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If you also want to check whether this feature is available on your phone or not. Then they have to delete and see the messages that come in the group of which they are administrators. If you see the option to ‘Delete for everyone’, it means that this feature is available to you.
Also working on ‘Save Message’
Apart from this, WhatsApp is working on a new feature that allows users to save disappearing messages. It became known that WhatsApp is testing this feature, which can continue to disappear messages. When you send a message that disappears, the message is automatically deleted after a set amount of time.
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But sometimes when you have this feature on, it sends an important message and then this message also disappears. In such cases, WhatsApp will soon bring a feature called ‘Keep Disappearing Messages’, which will allow you to save important messages.
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PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME : July 31, 2022, 09:30 IST