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New WhatsApp feature should finally solve annoying problem - remedy for data garbage

2021-03-03T13:34:33.327Z

Do you already know this WhatsApp memory usage function? With this feature, deleting WhatsApp data becomes child's play.



Do you already know this WhatsApp memory usage function?

With this feature, deleting WhatsApp data becomes child's play.

Munich - WhatsApp is the most popular messenger service in Germany and is used by millions of people.

Not only are text messages exchanged, but also videos, photos and documents.

This amount of data can quickly fill smartphone memory.

A WhatsApp function is intended to remedy this problem.

With this feature you can delete individual or complete chats.

WhatsApp function: this is how the memory usage works.

WhatsApp's memory usage function is available worldwide.

It doesn't matter whether you are an Android or Apple user.

WhatsApp will introduce the new function on Twitter on November 3, 2020.

If you want to use the feature, open WhatApp and go to

Settings, Storage and Manage data and storage.

A new window will open showing WhatsaApp's memory usage.

A list shows the chats sorted according to the largest data.

Another display shows the total storage space of the smartphone and the proportion of WhatsApp media.

If you click on a contact or a group, the media files are listed according to their size.

It is now possible to delete individual media or to select all.

Files larger than 5 MB are shown again in a separate list.

The WhatsApp feature makes it possible to delete large amounts of data in a few seconds.

This function has been around since November 2020, but many users do not know that it exists.

WhatsApp annoys millions of users: Customers go to the competition for updates

WhatsApp recently led to a forced update for anger among its customers.

Millions of users around the world then opted for competitors such as Telegram or Signal.

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Source: merkur

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