Whats-App for Android beta introduced ‘view once’ feature for photos and videos that vanish after it’s viewed.

Whats-App has finally started update as “view once” features for it’s Android users in beta. After allow, the receiver can only open your photos and videos once before they vanish from the chat. This was confirmed by the Facebook CEO in an interview earlier this month.

If you are operate the latest Whats-App for Android beta version. When sending a photo or video to a person or in a group, you will notice a small circle at the end of the caption bar. Once active, it will say that the option has been enabled. After the receiver clicks the content, it will vanish, and will just show “opened”.

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However, whats-App says that feature is useful for those who need more privacy. Moreover, it also alert that receiver might take screenshots or video captures before it’s gone. But, whatsApp won’t inform you since it doesn’t have such feature yet.

The new Whats-App feature is available in the WhatsApp beta (APK). And it works even when the receiver is using the stable version of the Android app. We can consider this feature to roll out for stable whatsApp users soon.

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