WhatsApp Testing New Feature That Allows Users to Mute Videos Before Sending

WhatsApp Disappearing Messages Are Here This Is How You Can Use the New Feature on Android iPhone

Before you proceed, make sure that you've the latest version of WhatsApp installed on your smartphone. The mute video feature was spotted in version 2.20.207.2 of the Android app and is said to be available in a future build.

To use the WhatsApp feature you will first need to update the app to the latest version. The good news is that even more interesting features are coming soon.

After rolling out features like Disappearing Messages and Storage Management tools, WhatsApp is now testing new features like more wallpaper options, muting videos, and Read Later.

This feature will be disabled by default so you'll have to turn it on.

The Disappearing Messages feature will be available on all WhatsApp-supported devices including Android, iOS, and Linux-based KaiOS devices, along with WhatsApp Web and Desktop platforms. Once enabled, your messages in WhatsApp will self-destruct in seven days. As the name suggests, messages will disappear from chats once the feature is enabled. Repeat the same process to disable the feature - go to contact info scroll down to Disappearing Messages tap on the option click on OFF.

Disappearing messages will also wipe out photos and videos after seven days, and while messages will disappear for both parties it's still possible to take screenshots or just simply copy messages before they are automatically deleted. They aren't deleted, and they're out of sight/out of mind until the other party involved chooses to message you again. However, media files saved on the device will remain.

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