New Delhi: WhatsApp had rolled out a slew of in few features recently. WhatsApp made the disappearing messages feature official recently. The feature had appeared in the best tests many times.
The much-awaited feature has been borrowed from Snapchat. It lets users enable the option to automatically delete chats after a time period of seven days.
WhatsApp had rolled out the feature to Android, iOS and Web.
Similarly, WhatsApp Pay was launched in India on November 6. The feature as the name suggests lets users send and receive messages on the app, pretty similar to GPay.
WhatsApp had partnered with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) using the Unified Payment Interface (UPI), an India-first, real-time payment system that enables transactions with over 160 supported banks. For Indian users, WhatsApp has partnered with leading banks including ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, the State Bank of India, and Jio Payments Bank. The feature has been rolled out to Android and iOS users.
WhatsApp had unveiled the Always Mute feature earlier this month. The feature as the name suggests lets user mute their WhatsApp groups forever. Earlier, users had the option of muting their groups for a year but after the completion of a year, things would again get back to normal.