WhatsApp is working to provide users with 15 new duration options to select from regarding disappearing messages.
Disappearing messages is a WhatsApp privacy, by which you can set a message to disappear 24 hours, 7 days, or 90 days after the message is sent.
According to WABetaInfo, the new durations are in addition to the existing ones.
In the same vein, the Meta-messaging app aims to enhance the messaging and calling experience across devices even better as more people are using the platform on computers and tablets.
The platform introduced a new app for Windows, as the tech giant claims that the new Windows desktop app not only loads faster but is also built with an interface that is familiar to WhatsApp and Windows users.
Through the new app, Windows users can host group video calls with up to eight people and audio calls with up to 32 people.
Earlier in March, media reports revealed that WhatsApp will launch two new features exclusive to iOS users, including a tool that lets users extract text from images while the other will enable them to set voice notes as a status update.