The WhatsApp chat application will receive several new features in the coming months, including the ability to turn on vanishing messages automatically for all platoons. Their arrival was confirmed by Mark Zuckerberg himself in the WhatsApp platoon with the founder of the WABetaInfo portal.
The conversation opened with the idea of how WhatsApp came into being and that its main message is to allow users to chat privately. In line with this idea, Facebook recently added to the chat application the ability to turn on message disappearance for individual platoons, and now it also adds a feature that allows you to turn on message disappearance globally, for all old and new platoon.
There will also be one feature added to the application that will be familiar to Instagram users. When uploading photos or videos, you’ll be able to choose whether to keep them in the chat permanently or to delete them automatically when viewed.
With one account, you will be able to sign in on multiple devices at once
Facebook has reportedly been working on the ability to log in with one WhatsApp account on multiple devices at once. Zuckerberg said that introducing such an option was very difficult from a technological point of view, but it succeeded and within two months it will reach the beta version of the application. You will then be able to stay signed in on up to four devices at once.
Finally, Zuckerberg also announced some news for Apple device users. WhatsApp will be officially available for iPad users. Facebook is also considering opening a beta program for multiple iOS devices.
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