Everything seems to indicate that archiving your conversations from The WhatsApp It takes up storage space that you can make use of in other ways, so this is not recommended at all.
As you can see, WhatsApp is currently one of the instant messaging applications used by millions of people.
Although it is worth noting that the presence of similar networks, such as Telegram and Signal, has reduced the number of their users.
However, to be honest, not all users deal with a file Application to perfection and that is why we are constantly sharing some new tricks or functions for it.
On the other hand, the Archive Chats feature allows you to hide individual or group conversations from the chat list in order to better organize your conversations.
It should be noted that this function does not delete the chat or save a backup copy of it to your SD memory card directly.
When you receive a new message in an archived chat, whether it’s individual or group, it is automatically unarchived and reappears in your chat list.
The thing is, when you do this, you’re not technically wasting space directly from the SD, but from your mobile device.
Thus, if it is a frequent practice, you risk significantly increasing the weight of the application, as well as the space it uses in the device’s memory.
For this reason, a conversation with photos, videos and GIFs, among other multimedia content, can weigh about 10 MB, which takes up the same space if you decide to archive.
In this way, the recommendation is that unnecessary chats are emptied, since more space will be freed from the application and at the same time from the cell phone.
The fact is that users of applications receive daily news that allows them to access new services, in addition, they can guarantee the addition of users.
This is the situation The WhatsApp, which has announced a function that will benefit more than 2,000 million monthly users: Communities, through which it seeks to strengthen its competition against other messaging apps such as Telegram.
According to the information published on the WABetaInfo portal, the developers of the company belonging to Meta (Facebook) will work on a function that will give administrators the ability to create a community with one or more groups inside it.
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