After a long time, we have come up with a frequently asked topic to showcase here. In recent times, many queries have emerged regarding the ways to send disappearing messages on social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, and Whatsapp.
Here, in today’s article, we will tell you how to dispatch disappearing messages on Whatsapp.
Though, most of the texts we share on a private message box or groups are needed to check again and again for it contains necessary data.
But in case you are conversing with an unknown person or dreading a potential risk of exploitation with your texts left on the chatbox, it is better to send messages in a way that once it’s sent, and read by the recipient, the messages will automatically be wiped away from both the devices within a certain period ( 1 week in case of Whatsapp).
How to Do it? Wanna know?
Before you commence the method, make sure you have got the latest version of Whatsapp installed on your device. If not, install it now.
Hurry up——– I am waiting!!!!!@#@@
Done??????????? Ok, Let’s start now.
Step 1. Open your Whatsapp app, and go to the group of private chat box where you wish to proceed with the conversation with self-destruct mode.
Step 2. Tap on the recipient’s name on the top of the chatbox to get to the operating screen.
Step 3. Choose “Disappearing Messages”.
NOTE: This feature can be accessed in group chats only by admins. Ensure you are one of them.
Step 4. Toggle the “On” option activate the text self-destruct mode. You can even choose to set it off by selecting the “off” button later on.
Step 5. Go back to the chatbox again, and you will see a message at the bottom of the screen –
“You turned on disappearing messages. New messages will disappear from this chat after 7 days. Tap to change.”
Once this feature is activated, the recipient will be notified instantly, and a clock-like icon will be shown on the chat’s display image thumbnail.
Although you are trying to protect yourself from a private mishap, there is still a chance that the receiver will take screenshots in the meantime or export data to some other malicious source.
The 7 days time period is usually taken by Whatsapp to ensure the contents are worth destructing. Also, it gives leniency to the recipient, to file a case against you for which the texts are needed.