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WhatsApp testing 24 hours option for Disappearing messages to chat

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WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be using WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. Recently WhatsApp has rolled out the Voice Messages Playback Speed for the beta version users. It always rolls the new and amazing features to enhance the users’ experience.

Now it is testing the new option for disappearing messages for the chat. Today I am explaining to you that WhatsApp adds a new option for disappearing messages soon. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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WhatsApp testing 24-hour option for disappearing messages

According to the WABetaInfo the feature tracker of WhatsApp, it is testing the new 24-hour option for disappearing messages feature. This feature will delete all the send messages after 24 hours.

WhatsApp is currently working on this feature and soon it will roll out for Android, iOS, Web, and desktop app users. This feature was rolled out last year and deletes the messages after 7 days.

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WhatsApp has finally rolled out the voice messages speed-up feature. Users can control their voice messages’ playback speed and listen to it fast. This feature is rolled out for the beta version users on Android. This feature is currently available for beta version 2.21.9.4.

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Users can play their chat at three different playback speeds 1x, 1.5x, and 2x. The playback speed will appear when the users play their voice messages chat. You change the playback speed users have to tap on the playback button and it will change the speed to the next speed. If you don’t get this feature on your app then update your WhatsApp.

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