WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps and makes sending and receiving images, videos and other multimedia content simple and immediate. Over time, however, these contents can deprive the smartphone of precious memory space.
The WhatsApp team is working to develop new tools dedicated to managing the storage space occupied by files shared in chats. They are currently in development, but thanks to Wabetainfo you can know some details about the operation.
The source shows in particular the revamped Storage usage section which contains the tools in three main sections:
- The first shows a storage memory usage bar, through which it is possible to immediately identify the space occupied by files attributable to WhatsApp chats
- The second section is useful for keeping track of all shared files and eventually deciding to delete unnecessary files by freeing up space. In particular, it is possible to locate files that are submitted and those that take up a lot of memory
- The last section does not differ from the one present in the current versions of WhatsApp and launched in 2017: it indicates how much space the individual chat files occupy and possibly allows you to delete the individual elements that contribute to increasing the occupied memory space
The new tools for the Storage usage section are still under development and it is not known when they will be introduced first in the beta and then in the stable versions of the application. According to information provided by Wabetainfo the news will affect both the version of WhatsApp for Android and the one for iOS.
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