How to Delete WhatsApp Messages for Everyone (for yourself) after 2 days they were sent.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular Instant messaging services, and Today WhatsApp announced its new feature. You can now delete sent messages even after 2 days, and It is pretty handy to delete the news in a specific scenario.
When this feature was first introduced, It was 8 Minutes. Previously, WhatsApp only allowed to delete a message within 1 hour, 8 Minutes, and 16 Seconds but now it’s updated to 2 Days and 12 hours. Use this feature on Android and iOS; update your WhatsApp through Google Play Store and App Store, respectively.
💭 Rethinking your message? Now you’ll have a little over 2 days to delete your messages from your chats after you hit send.
— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) August 8, 2022
How to delete WhatsApp Message after 2 Days,
Users allow to delete WhatsApp messages within 2 Days and 12 Hours, and You can use this feature on your Private and Group Chat.
- Open WhatsApp, and head over to the conversation you want to delete.
- Tap on that message, and hold for a few seconds.
- On top, there will be few option, Select Trash icon for Delete Message context menu.
- Click on Delete for all or delete for me; that’s it!
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On the other hand, Apple recently introduced unsend functionality on iOS 16 Beta, which is limited to 15 Minutes and recently, with an update, it’s reduced to under 2 Minutes. Apart from this, many more features are coming, like Group admin can remove users’ messages. They are competing against Telegram to allow users to drag and edit messages without any limit.
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