WhatsApp has been seen testing the disappearing mode feature just days after WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart revealed that the app is working on it. Disappearing mode is a feature that extends the disappearing messages function. Users may enable disappearing messages for all conversations at once using this feature. Currently, users can enable disappearing mode for individual chats and groups. There is no option to enable it for all chats at once.
According to Wabetainfo, WhatsApp was seen trying the vanishing mode feature in the most recent beta release for the Android app. “After posting some WhatsApp for iOS screenshots and receiving confirmation from Mark Zuckerberg and Will Cathcart, WhatsApp is now working on the vanishing mode for conversations and groups.
According to the reports, when the user enables the disappearing mode, your contacts, or individuals with whom you start new conversations will always be alerted. The feature is presently being worked on and will be included in a future release.
In a related note, WhatsApp is introducing two new audio message features. Voice waveforms are being sent out to Android and iOS beta users. This implies that when consumers record a voice message, they will see waveforms. In addition to the real-time waveforms, WhatsApp has included a new stop button. Users may pause their recording at any time and listen to it before pressing the send button.