Whatsapp has just tested another update coming to Whatsapp for Android. We all know that Facebook-owned-Whatsapp are always testing and rolling out new updates as the day goes by.
Right now, Whatsapp has tested another update and their users would love the upcoming updates. We are all aware that Whatsapp introduced the ability for users to “delete for everyone after 7minutes of seeing it” in october, last year.
People are very happy for the update but sad the short time limit, so they have finally extended the time in favor of their users. The app just extended that time frame to over an hour.
Android beta users with the WhatsApp version number 2.18.69 will have the “Delete for Everyone” feature extended from 420 seconds to 4096 seconds – or 68 minutes and 16 seconds. According to wabetainfo.com.
In order to be able to delete a message for longer and for the receiver too, you both will have to have the latest version of WhatsApp installed on your phone when the update arrives.
Anyways, if you don’t know how to delete a WhatsApp messages, follow the below step-by-steps guidelines on how to delete a WhatsApp message.
*. Launch the WhatsApp
*. Go to the chat containing the message you wish to delete.
*. Tap and hold the message. Optionally, tap more messages to delete multiple messages at once.
*. Tap Delete at the top of the screen > Delete for everyone .
This latest update follows on from reports that the app will soon start allowing in-app transfers to be sent between contacts. The company is starting out with India – where it has about two million users.
For now, the update will be rolled out to Android phones first then, later to iPhones. But it will all starts in India!