Several months ago WhatsApp has announced a new feature called delete for everyone which allows people to delete messages for both sender and receiver. Initially, the time limit for deleting messages was being set to less than a minute then a few months later, it was increased to 7 minutes.
Now with the new update, WhatsApp has increased the time limit all the way up to 1 hour and 8 minutes and 16 seconds.
But there is a chance of fraud here. Somebody can blackmail or some unwanted messages and may delete them in an hour to erase the evidence. WhatsApp had a solution to this problem, now you can restrict the sender from deleting any messages which you need as evidence against him. Here I tell how it works.
According to WABetainfo tweet, in the upcoming increased time limit feature, WhatsApp is apparently adding new rule to the Delete for everyone feature this new rule indicates that the message that the user wants to delete will be deleted only if the person or a persons (in the case of WhatsApp group) gets the delete request within 13 hours and 8 minutes. if the request doesn’t reach the phone within the time limit, the message will not be deleted.
For example, You may send a message to your friend with some unknown mistakes. The message will be delivered and your friend for some reason may not like it. He didn’t like the message and he switched off his smartphone for a day. One hour later you send a delete for everyone command for this message. Now if your friend switches on the phone before the 13-hour limit, the message will be deleted but if he doesn’t switch on the mobile until 1 pm next day the message not be deleted.
You can take advantage of this feature by becoming a beta tester for WhatsApp. We already described the procedures to become a beta tester for WhatsApp in this below post.
(You can use the link in the post to become a beta tester. The instructions are also given. Click the link scroll down you’ll find the link and the instruction.)
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