WhatsApp: It will be possible to keep messages in conversations marked to disappear

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta July 25, 2022
Updated 2022/07/25 at 1:25 AM

WhatsApp has sought to evolve its service and its apps dedicated to mobile systems. These changes ensure that this service remains at the top of users’ preferences across the Internet.

To achieve this, it has repeatedly presented new features that transform WhatsApp in several areas. The most recent was discovered now and seems to be dedicated to messages and conversations will disappear, creating some alternatives.




Once again this is a WhatsApp novelty that is being prepared by the company to be presented later. It was discovered in the dedicated testing version of this service, but it is not yet accessible to those who chose to use this version.

what was it revealed, there is a new feature called Kept messages and it will be the way to save messages to read later. The big difference is that this mode will be used for messages and conversations marked to disappear.

These will not be marked as favorites, or with a star, but in a new area of ​​WhatsApp conversations. In each of these conversations there will now be an area within your information where saved messages can be accessed.

WhatsApp messages conversations disappear

Any user of one of these conversations can mark one or more messages as being kept. Even so, and in the case of group chats, administrators can limit access to this new feature that is being prepared by WhatsApp.

Being still at a very early stage, there is still a lot to know about this novelty that WhatsApp is preparing. Soon, when it moves into the evaluation state for the beta version, it will certainly be revealed more visibly.

This is another step taken by WhatsApp to improve its offer to users, especially in the management of conversations and messages. It joins many others presented, and which are already about to be made available to users in general.

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