You Will Be Able To Control WhatsApp Storage: Choose What To Save, Delete & When
Being a WhatsApp user, have you ever faced problems with the storage on your smartphone?
Day by day, internal storage is increasing with every new generation of smartphones, with increasing capacity to save so many videos, GIFs and photos.
Still, the issue persists and the same is now recognized by the popular messenger app WhatsApp.
What Is The Solution?
As per the reports, WhatsApp is redesigning the Storage Usage section of its chat app having a list of options to let you easily organize your storage and remove the unnecessary files which we normally forward or share through this app.
How Does This Work?
This new feature is yet to be enabled for the messaging app users, but a screenshot has been leaked online to give a hint about something is cooking up behind the scenes.
The screenshot shows the total storage used by WhatsApp in comparison to other data can be seen in the screenshot shared by the website.
It also has a storage bar at the top which shows the details about the portion of space consumed by the media files shared over WhatsApp.
With this new feature, the user will be able to review the files which are taking most of the space.
So it will be easy for the user to know from where they should start the removal of data.
Basically, this section will identify the forwarded files that are shared on the instant messaging platform.
So this section can be used to identify the forwarded files which are being shared on the instant messaging app.
The user can also see the amount of storage consumed by the single chats below there.
This is expected to help in detecting the locate media files which can be deleted without giving a second thought.
When To Expect This New Feature?
The redesigned Storage Usage section is likely to come to the WhatsApp for Android app in the coming days.
In the coming days, the redesigned Storage Usage section is likely to come to the WhatsApp for Android app.
On the other hand, iPhone users can also expect a similar treatment at a later stage.