WhatsApp working on disappearing photos

WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be using WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. WhatsApp always rolls out the new-new features to enhance the user experience. Recently it updated the option to disable the Read Receipt for voice messages.

Now WhatsApp is working on the disappearing photos feature and it will roll out soon. This feature allows you to send self-destruction images to your contacts.


It will be deleted once the receiver sees those images and leaves the chat automatically. Today I am explaining to you the WhatsApp disappearing photos feature. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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WhatsApp working on a disappearing photos feature

The WABetaInfo the feature tracker of WhatsApp has shared a screenshot of this feature. You can see on the screenshot image that the media file will disappear once the receiver leaves this chat. You need to select the images from your phone gallery if you want the disappearing photos.

Also, Read WhatsApp adds the new Disappearing Mode for Privacy

After this tap on the icon that is similar to the clock which is beside the Add a Caption bar. Tap on the Send button to send the disappearing photos to the contact once you are all set. No one can export the self-destructing photos from WhatsApp, WABetaInfo reported.

The new Disappearing Photos feature works in both private and group chats and it is very easy to use. A new toggle will be available next to the typing area. Tapping on it will bring an alert message, “This media will disappear once you leave this chat.”

Also, Read WhatsApp launches the new messages disappearing features

Also, there is no security yet that prevents users from taking a screenshot of the image that will disappear once the users leave the chat. WhatsApp may add a security measure to prevent the screenshot option for the disappearing photos feature.

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