Finally, WhatsApp is bringing back self-destructing messages for individuals

In the second half of last year, WhatsApp started to experiment with a new feature – self-destructing messages. The idea was simple: you could send a message, and configure it to be automatically deleted after a period of time. But although there was great interest in this feature, after a […]

In the second half of last year, WhatsApp started to experiment with a new feature – self-destructing messages. The idea was simple: you could send a message, and configure it to be automatically deleted after a period of time.

But although there was great interest in this feature, after a period of testing the company decided to only make it available within group chats. Chats between just two people were left without self-destructing messages… but this could be about to change.

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