According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is testing a new feature on Android devices that allows users to move chat history between Android and iOS devices. This feature has been reportedly tested on iOS. The beta update for WhatsApp shows that the company is finally starting to develop the same feature for Android.
According to a report from WABetaInfo, the platform that is testing the beta version of WhatsApp, Facebook’s WhatsApp is in breach of the terms of service through a third-party app that claims to help users transfer chat history between the two platforms. Please pay attention to the previously mentioned features of the property.
When this information is posted, the WhatsApp Android 18.104.22.168 beta update screen indicates that the company has entered the chat history. WhatsApp for iOS has seen WhatsApp work on export. In addition, WABetainfo said it was unclear what method was used to transfer data between devices.
In addition, the platform says that when the function of exporting chats from iOS and importing to Android is completed, WhatsApp will begin expanding chat history export for Android and import for iOS. The function of transferring chat history to WhatsApp is part of a number of functions of the device. Last year, WABetaInfo announced the ability to customize chat history on the platform last year.
It was recently reported that WhatsApp is testing a 24-hour option for deleting messages from Android, iOS, and also from the web/desktop. This is in addition to the already available option where users can set one week (7 days) to hide their messages. According to WABetaInfo, users will see this option when enabling/disabling message deletion in private or group chats.