WhatsApp is good to go to carry out new features identified with disappearing messages pointed toward further developing the user experience. The most recent update on the disappearing message features will be accessible for iOS beta testers today. No common clients will see these features. The new feature will be called 'New Durations and Default Timer' for now. The new features are intended to be tools to proficiently manage disappearing messages. The first of the two features will give users control over new transient durations. Already, the messages set to 'disappearing messages' used to evaporate after seven days. Be that as it may, presently, WhatsApp will acquaint measures with guarantee the duration can be managed. Clients can now set the "disappearing messages" option to various durations, like 24 hours, 90 days, and even seven days. The second option is tied in with making a default message timer for new chats. A client can enable this feature by visiting the WhatsApp Privacy Setting. Whenever enabled, the client will have the disappearing messages option enabled in all new chats for a selected duration. In the event that a client enables the default message timer, his/her current chats and new groups won't be influenced by the timer. Testers of WhatsApp beta for iOS and WhatsApp Business beta for iOS will have these new features today. The Android clients on WhatsApp beta will get the help very soon.