WhatsApp, which introduced the ability to delete messages a few years ago, plans to increase the time limit for deleting messages from conversations. The current limit in the app allows such a procedure to be a little over an hour. However, it will be extended.

service WABetaInfo The information according to which WhatsApp has extended the time for deleting sent messages to 2 days and 12 hours for some users has been accessed in the latest beta version v2.22.15.8. The previous limit assumed this possibility for 1 hour, 8 minutes, and 16 seconds, which is a long time anyway compared to the first 8 minutes, assumed immediately after the start of the indicated function.

Change in your application ending Quietly introduced – In the indicated beta, WhatsApp does not have any indication or message telling about the increased limit. To see if a particular user is affected by this type of change, they can only try to delete a specific message sent in the chat more than an hour after it was typed.

Previous announcements and rumors suggested that this limit could be increased up to three months. While 3 months may seem like a very long time, there is a chance that the restriction will change even more. However, for now, it is still waiting for the new thing to be implemented in the stable version of WhatsApp.

Carolina Coases, journalist at dobreprogramy.pl

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