Tuesday, February 27, 2024

WhatsApp iPhone Users Can Queue Messages Without Internet and More

WhatsApp for iPhone has received an update which included many needed features for users. Recent update includes extended the sharing limit of WhatsApp photo and video to 30 at a time.

An overhauled and more valuable Storage Usage screen, and the capacity to queue messages – a feature which was available on Android for a long while now.

The most recent WhatsApp version 2.17.1 is presently accessible for download to all iPhone users (running iOS 7 or higher).

The WhatsApp redesign size is only 134MB and we prescribe you to update under a solid Wi-Fi connection and great battery life. It brings the necessary ability to queue messages notwithstanding when in ranges of poor or no network.

You can simply send a WhatsApp message to individual/group even when connectivity is not available, and the message will be sent naturally once you get network on your iPhone.

In the in the meantime, WhatsApp’s Storage Usage screen is a convenient to see which individual/group chat is accumulating the most storage room, and to erase the contents of the chat to free storage area.

Previously, the Storage Usage screen just let you see the WhatsApp individual/group that occupied more space, and after that you needed to visit the chat screen to clear the contents. Now it gives you a chance to clear messages appropriate from the Storage Usage screen itself.

Besides, WhatsApp now gives you a chance to pick message types, like text, images, videos, GIFs, voice messages from chat, to erase precisely what you need and keep the rest.

How To Free Storage:

To utilize this feature move to Settings – > Data and Storage Usage – > Storage Usage on your iPhone and clear all the undesirable space-accumulating records effortlessly.

WhatsApp is also working on a new feature to allow users to cancel/edit messages sent to your contacts. Which is available in WhatsApp’s iPhone beta form.


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