San Francisco: Meta-proprietary WhatsApp is now rolling out a feature that lets us understand when a document is completely downloaded to our devices or uploaded to their servers. As WABetaInfo reports, the messaging platform is rolling out the new feature to some beta testers after testing the ability to share media files of up to 2GB for some users in Argentina — and that’s still limited to those. Is.


The latest versions of WhatsApp beta for Android, iOS, web and desktop bring the ability to see the estimated time of arrival when sharing documents, so that’s when the document is downloaded in its entirety to your phone or desktop.


The same information is shown when uploading a document. The feature has already been rolled out to WhatsApp desktop last month, and the information was released this week to some beta testers on Android and iOS.


The report states that if users do not see the feature, it means that it has not been rolled out on their WhatsApp account. A recent report states that WhatsApp is turning off the ‘Media Visibility’ option to make the chat disappear. The new move is meant to help ensure a better privacy experience when using disappearing messages and keep media more private in disappearing chat threads.