A New Feature Regarding Storage Management Comes to WhatsApp

A new feature is being worked on for WhatsApp, the instant messaging application that has become almost indispensable in daily life. Thanks to this feature, WhatsApp storage space usage can be managed in more detail.

WhatsApp, the world’s most popular instant messaging application, is constantly being developed. One of the features that were claimed to come to WhatsApp was the tool to manage storage space usage in the application.

The purpose of this feature being worked on for WhatsApp was to provide an easy way for users to clean their data. For example, it would include filters to help locate sent and large files. However, these features remained only as prototypes.

WhatsApp storage usage feature

WABetaInfo showed what the new overview looks like and how developers organize different tools. This overview, known as ‘Storage Usage‘, consists of three important segments. The top part shows how storage is being used. In this section, you can see how much of the used space is used by WhatsApp and how much by Facebook.

The second area shows the posted files and large files. Thanks to this section, you can see which photos, videos and documents use how much space. In this way, the user can look at which files are useful and which are not and free up space on their phone. In the third area, there is the chats section. Chats are listed by size in this area.

The Storage Space Usage feature is currently in the testing phase. In other words, when this feature is presented to the end user, changes may occur in the design and some details. This feature will be available for both Android and iOS users, but there is currently no clear date for when it will be released.

So, how did you find this storage space usage tool developed for WhatsApp? You can share your ideas with us in the comments section.

İsmail Akçay

Founder, SEO & Editor Of ApkStations.com

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