Whatsapp on Disappearing Mode, View Once, and Multi-Device features

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WhatsApp has finally broken its silence on its latest features: Disappearing Mode, View Once, and Multi-Device features. It is about to release these features for its beta users very soon. Today’s article is all about Whatsapp on Disappearing Mode, View Once, and Multi-Device features.

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Whatsapp on Disappearing Mode, View Once, and Multi-Device features

Keeping aside the hectic static changes on bug fixing and performance improvements. WhatsApp is committed to bringing visible changes for the its users. As we already have disappearing mode in WhatsApp. By which users can set the timer on messages to disappear in 7 days. Extending to this, they are going to introduce the view once feature as well in WhatsApp. WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart confirmed that the view once feature could be seen soon in WhatsApp as well for beta users first. So, for those who don’t know about the view once feature, let me tell you. With this feature, you will be able to send pictures or videos and the receiver can see it only once after that it will disappear. Even though the receiver can still take the screenshot but this feature will definitely going to enhance the users’ private chat experience.

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Along with this Mark Zukerberg confirmed that his team is working hard on the Multi-Device feature also. And in near future, we can see this in actions. According to him, we will be able to access WhatsApp from multiple devices. And there is no need to keep the original device turned on.

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It’s been a big technical challenge to get all your messages and content to sync properly across devices even when your phone battery dies, but we’ve solved this and we’re looking forward to getting it out soon!” Zuckerberg said.

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