Yes, that’s correct. WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that will allow users to choose when group chats expire. Currently, WhatsApp allows users to set a group chat to “disappear” after seven days, which means that messages and media sent in the chat will be automatically deleted after a week. However, with the new feature, users will have more control over when group chats expire.
According to reports, the new feature will allow users to choose from multiple options for when a group chat will expire, ranging from 24 hours to 90 days. This will give users more flexibility in managing their group chats and keeping them organized.
It’s worth noting that the new feature has not been officially announced by WhatsApp yet, so there is no word on when it will be rolled out or if it will be available to all users. However, given WhatsApp’s track record of regularly adding new features, it’s likely that we’ll see this feature in the near future.