Berikut WhatsApp Update Brings the “Keep in Chat” Feature, Here’s How to Use it!
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – WhatsApp has just rolled out the latest update which brings a new capability they call “Keep in Chat”. This feature allows users to let save lost messages in the application.
As is known, features disappearing messages or auto-deleting messages on WhatsApp allows users to send messages that will disappear automatically after a certain amount of time.
When this feature is enabled, any messages sent to the chat will be deleted automatically after seven days. This includes text messages, photos, videos, and all other types of media shared in chat chats.
This feature is designed to add extra privacy to your conversations and help keep your chat chat history tidy. Well, now WhatsApp has released a new feature called “Keep in Chat”.
How to use the Keep in Chat feature
So, this new Keep in Chat feature allows users to save messages that are lost or deleted automatically. To use this feature, all you have to do is long press the deleted message.
However, the sender will be notified and can decide whether to save the message in the chat chat. If not, the message will disappear when timer finished.
Saved messages will be marked with an icon bookmarks and can be found in the “Saved Messages” or Kept Messages folder. WhatsApp is gradually rolling out this feature, which will soon be available to all users around the world.
Even though WhatsApp looks “fickle” because the Keep in Chat feature actually goes against the purpose of the feature being presented disappearing messages or messages that are automatically deleted, but WhatsApp has a reason why they present this feature.
WhatsApp explains in a blog post that this Keep in Chat feature is useful for storing important information such as addresses or voice notes. The message sender has the final say on whether to save the message. In essence, WhatsApp wants to give its users control over their privacy.
Previously, WhatsApp was reported to be working on an animated emoji feature on its platform. This feature that is able to display emoji in a more interactive way already exists in Telegram.
According to the site report WA Beta Info, WhatsApp is developing animated emoji using the Lottie library. The feature is still under development in WhatsApp Desktop beta.
Apart from Desktop, WhatsApp is working on bringing the same feature to future WhatsApp beta updates for iOS and Android.
WhatsApp continues to innovate by presenting new features. The world’s most popular instant messaging application is equipped with many capabilities, such as sending text messages, voice messages, making voice and video calls, and sharing media files such as photos and videos.
Founded in 2009 by two former Yahoo employees, Jan Koum and Brian Acton, WhatsApp quickly gained popularity due to its simple user interface, encrypted messaging and cross-platform compatibility.
In 2014, Facebook acquired WhatsApp for $19 billion, making it one of the largest acquisitions in technology history. Today, WhatsApp has more than 2 billion monthly active users worldwide and continues to be the top choice. [HBS]