- A storage bar which shows how much storage space is used up by WhatsApp.
- A section which allows users to review their shared files.
- A list of WhatsApp chats along with their respective storage space usage figures.
WhatsApp is working on new features which creates storage on smartphones, thus clean up features for the betterment of the device’s performance. There is quite a number of features to be fixed on Android devices for the users to enjoy the WhatsApp application as well as managing data and space.
WABetaInfo reported that there are features which referenced data in the latest version of the WhatsApp beta for Android. Thereby stated that WhatsApp’s Storage Usage feature will include a number of tools which will assist WhatsApp users to organize the media received via the application. A storage bar which shows how much storage space is used up by WhatsApp and all the media users have saved to their Android devices.
Another feature is a section which allows users to review their shared files, delete unnecessary media, and free up files. This includes the ability to find and sort forwarded and large files. This option will help WhatsApp users to clear up space from their devices by easily selecting the forwarded files and delete. This feature will be useful for the users because most forwarded file occupies larger space.
Addition to the above features, there is also a list of WhatsApp chats along with their respective storage space usage figures. Users can search for a specific chat and delete unnecessary media to create space and also save useful media for future use through this interface.WABetaInfo said that this functionality is not yet available and will be subject to change before it is implemented for the public version of WhatsApp for Android.
WhatsApp is trying to make life better for the users thereby creating features which allow them to clear up unnecessary media as well as creating space in their smartphones. However, these features will be available in the beta version of WhatsApp for Android, and it is unclear when they will roll out to the public version of the application.