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WhatsApp now gives convenient clean-up guidelines via bucketing each large documents and media that has been forwarded a variety of times, sorting documents in accordance to dimension in descending order by providing a way to preview documents before deleting them.
Recently, WhatsApp launched Disappearing Messages feature, which as soon as enabled, will make new messages disappear after seven days .

Google had first unveiled ‘Search Chips’ in February this year. As the identify suggests, it enhances the current search filters accessible on Gmail.

For instance, you can search a contact’s identify and similarly narrow down the search by the usage of search chips such as attachments (and its types like a text document, pdf, or spreadsheet) and a precise time frame. You can additionally use the chips to narrow down search effects to calendar invitations.

“For example, you can search a colleague’s identify and further narrow your consequences through selecting search chips like attachment type (Text Document, Spreadsheet, PDF) or a particular timeframe. You can additionally filter out certain results, like calendar invites,” stated Google in a blog post.
Google’s Search Chips first rolled out for Gmail for G Suite users. Later, it was once made reachable for Gmail for end users. As of now, there is no word on the availability of Search Chips on the mobile version of the e-mail service. 

Xiaomi has sold over 1 crore Mi Power Banks, the corporation tweeted on November three The Chinese smartphone maker started assembling energy banks in India in 2017. All units of power banks sold via Xiaomi in India since then have been produced regionally in the country. Three years later, the organization introduced that it has overcome the 1 crore-unit mark in terms of sales. The information comes a day after Xiaomi introduced the launch of its most compact Mi Power Bank in India.