WhatsApp: soon you will be able to put an automatic expiration date in group chats

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WhatsApp is developing an option that will allow you to set a specific expiration date for group chats, so that they automatically disappear from the application once the established time limit has passed.

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Currently, only users who manage them can delete group chats. Before deleting a group, you must delete all its participants and then leave the group. Furthermore, once removed, its members they will still see it in their chat list, but they will not be able to send messages.

The company is now working on a feature called ‘Expiring Groups’ that will allow its users to establish a specific duration for these group chats, as WABetaInfo has recently warned in version, launched through the TestFlight beta program for iOS.

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This portal has advanced that the messaging platform will enable different usage time limits for these conversations by several members. Initially, they will be ‘In a day’, ‘In a week’ or ‘Custom time’. Finally, WhatsApp introduces the ‘Delete expiration date’ button if you have previously established one.

This option, which will be included in the group information section, is currently under development and it is unknown when it will reach the user base of this Meta service.

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