WhatsApp working on the new View Once text messages feature for Android beta testers

WhatsApp is working on the new View Once text messages feature. Users will be soon able to send text messages that can be viewed once. Recently it has rolled out the new Message Yourself feature for Windows beta users.

Now it is to release the new View Once text messages feature soon. Today I am explaining to you about the WhatsApp new View Once text messages. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the new View Once text messages.

WhatsApp new View Once text messages for Android beta

WhatsApp is working on the new View Once text messages feature that allows users to send text messages that can be viewed once. It will soon bring the ability to send the view once text messages for users. When users send text messages to their chat using the new view once text feature then messages will disappear automatically once the user views them.

WhatsApp new View Once text, Image Credit: WABetaInfo

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As you can see in the given image, When the sender sends the message using the view once text messages feature then the receiver can read only once after that the message will be deleted. A pop-up message will appear when the message will disappear from the recipient chat “This text has expired, please ask the user (Sender name) to resend it”.

There is a new Special button available next to the chat bar. There is a lock symbol within the button that means you are sending a view once text messages to your chat. When you send the view once text message then it will disappear from your conversation when the recipient opens it.

Your recipient won’t be able to read the view once text message again because the view once text will disappear from the conversation. The new view once text feature is very useful when you share your very important information and you want to delete it immediately from the recipient’s phone. The new view once text feature is currently under development and it will soon release for Android users.

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