November 6, 2020 6:25:25 pm
People shared memes and jokes after WhatsApp launched the disappearing messages feature. If the feature is enabled, messages sent in individual and group chats will disappear after seven days.
“Our goal is to make conversations on WhatsApp feel as close to in-person as possible, which means they shouldn’t have to stick around forever. That’s why we’re excited to introduce the option to use disappearing messages on WhatsApp,” the Facebook-owned company said in a blog post.
Here’s how people reacted to the latest feature that has been available on other instant messaging apps and was popularised by Snapchat:
— $ (@Just_said_it_) November 6, 2020
— Amit Bhatt (@abe_ja_na) November 5, 2020
— $ (@Just_said_it_) November 5, 2020
— Piyush Awasthi (@SimpleAwasthi) November 5, 2020
— Hüm0ur_wale🥀 (@Hum0urwale) November 5, 2020
— Puffy blinder (@reyaaa41282911) November 5, 2020
— Sanjay Nair (@dudeitsmesanjay) November 5, 2020
— local dude (@localdudee) November 5, 2020
#WhatsApp introduces Disappearing feature for chats
Le Telegram right now : pic.twitter.com/SwBfJ78frj
— Mr. Stark (@Mr_Stark_) November 5, 2020
#WhatsApp announcing it’s new message disappearing feature.
Girls when they wanted to scroll and show previous messages during fight: pic.twitter.com/er9irKbjAZ
— Keyur Joshi (@Keyurj23) November 5, 2020
#WhatsApp is launching message disappearing feature.
*le snapchat to there users: pic.twitter.com/Rdg6Tuu0Ny
— SHUBHΛM (@SHBHM__) November 5, 2020
— 🌻 (@stfupleaseeee) November 5, 2020
— Rajkumar Gupta (@RajkumarFiction) November 5, 2020
#WhatsApp introduces Disappearing feature for chats..
Le WhatsApp messages after 7 days: pic.twitter.com/I4zlvvjSNR
— Tweet_Bazz (@itweetbazz) November 5, 2020
In a one-to-one chat, either person will have the option of turning the disappearing messages on or off. In a group chat, the administrators of the group will control over this feature.
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