WhatsApp is currently working to extend the “Delete for Everyone’ feature to two days and 12 hours instead of the present time of one hour, eight mins, or 16 seconds.
The extension could help users erase messages they have sent within a more excellent timeframe.
Separately, the WhatsApp Communities feature has been described in an image.
The part would let group administrators join and manage their various WhatsApp groups from one location.
The feature would also allow admins to communicate critical announcements and messages to the entire group in one go.
According to the study made by WhatsApp Beta tracker WABetaInfo, WhatsApp for Android beta version 2.22.410 includes indications of the expansion of the limit for ‘Delete for All for Everyone’ to twelve hours and two days.
That, in other words, means that users will receive two-and-a-half hours to remove messages permanently.
If deleted by the feature, The message will then be replaced by a notice that reads, “This message was deleted.”
This isn’t the second occasion that WhatsApp is said to have an extension of the “Delete for Everyone” feature in the working.
In November of last year, the instant messaging application was looking to increase its time limit to 7 days.
WABetaInfo says that extending longer than seven days is unjust as most users will not want to erase messages they had written a week before.
But, at present, it’s not known if WhatsApp will allow the new limit to be definitive or bring in some modifications when the time comes to make the announcement public.
WhatsApp launched the over-one-hour time limit in the year 2018.
The option to erase messages for all on the chat initially had the time limit set at seven minutes.
The upgrade isn’t available to the beta testers.
In addition, the precise timeframe of when it is expected to be released isn’t yet known.
Alongside the extension of time limits, WABetaInfo has observed an intro screen to WhatsApp Communities on WhatsApp to Android Beta version 18.104.22.168. The screen will provide users with information about how the new feature will function.
As can be seen in a photo of the screen posted via WABetaInfo, WhatsApp Communities would enable group administrators to join groups they manage to one location for easy access.
The Community section can allow group admins to send updates to all members of their groups simultaneously.
WhatsApp hasn’t yet released any information on when exactly Communities will be accessible for users at the end of the day.
The beta version in question does not provide any references to the new version.
WABetaInfo has also tweeted a few images that purportedly illustrate how message reactions will be accessible for WhatsApp customers for Android or iPhone shortly.
The response is protected by end-to-end encryption – similar to the messages posted through App.
Information about when we will experience the reaction in a future release of WhatsApp is not yet announced.
However, the feature has been tested in the past, as we can see from the news reports.