Almost every user of the WhatsApp platform is in one or more WhatsApp groups. Different people create WhatsApp groups for different purposes. Some may be long-term, while others may be short-term. Especially for short-term groups, the group remains dormant when the reason the group was formed is complete. Some users delete the group immediately after reaching the goal, while most users simply forget about the group without deleting.
UNUSED WHATSAPP GROUPS EAT UP MEMORY
Although it doesn’t bother many people, inactive groups can eat up your memory and even RAM. On the WhatsApp side, there may be millions of unused WhatsApp groups that take up a lot of server memory. The company has finally found a solution to this problem. This new solution will save us from the stress of deleting unengaged WhatsApp groups after using them. The new feature will make it easier to delete unused WhatsApp groups and chats.
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The messaging platform owned by Meta got its start with disappearing messages. A feature that can automatically delete chats after a set time. WhatsApp plans to expand the functionality of this feature beyond chats. A new feature for disappearing WhatsApp groups is also being developed. The principle of operation of this function is quite simple and easy. The feature will officially be called Groups Expires. As the name suggests, this feature will allow users to set the expiry date of WhatsApp groups. When the date is over, the group should automatically disband.
HOW WILL EXPIRING GROUPS WORK ON WHATSAPP
A screenshot of the iOS version of this feature shows the other features that come with it. For example, you can set the WhatsApp group to expire after a day, a week, or a special date that users can set themselves. You can also choose to remove the predefined date if you change your mind.
Despite the name, there is a bit of a contradiction when you set the group’s expiration date. A prompt appears that says the group will not be completely deleted. Rather, the user will be prompted to clear chats in the group. It’s more like WhatsApp telling you, “Hey, time to clean up your chats, they’re eating up our storage.
This new feature isn’t live yet, and we’re waiting to see how effective it will be, and of course, what will happen if people refuse to clear their group messages.