A new update to the closed beta of WhatsApp on iPhone and iPad reveals a new feature: setting an expiration date for temporary WhatsApp groups for birthday parties and weddings.
No more useless mass graves at the end of your WhatsApp chat list. According to the specialized site WABetaInfothe Meta Group secure messaging service is currently testing an option to set an expiration date for a group that it knows is temporary.
Like the upcoming Edit Sent Messages feature, this new option is available in the latest build (22.214.171.124) of the closed beta of WhatsApp on iOS, which is distributed via Apple’s TestFlight channel.
Set cleaning reminders
named ” Expired groupsThis new parameter appears in the selected group information. In the list of lists, it displays a similar icon for temporary messages to select an expiration date for the group from the list of options displayed: “ In a day “,”In a week“or to”custom dateThe last option on the list suggests canceling this deadline.
Once you get to the date, WhatsApp will ask you if you still want to keep this group in your chat list. So it will not be automatically deleted, and this request will only be shown to the user who set itWABetaInfo. Other members of the respective group will not receive anything.
Get rid of abandoned birthday party kits
This option is supposed to address a common problem for many WhatsApp users: the proliferation of groups that aim to temporarily organize themselves for a specific event, be it a birthday or a wedding… before they become useless all at once. previous event.
So the new feature will remind you to clean up your chat list.WABetaInfoThis option also emphasizes the concern of saving storage space.Manage groups over timeAt the moment, the expiry date groups are still under development. But if the option works, they could soon be added to the open beta version of WhatsApp on iOS.
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