OTP will now be automatically deleted in Google Messages, got two very useful features

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Google Messages, the company’s native Android SMS, MMS, and RCS messaging app, has now got two new important features in India. The first feature is to automatically sort messages into different categories and the second feature is to auto-delete the user’s one-time password (OTP). The sorting feature will use machine learning technology to automatically sort user messages into categories including personal, transaction, OTP, etc., helping users find those messages easily. Apart from this, due to another feature, if the user wishes, his OTP will also be automatically deleted after 24 hours.

One blog post In 2017, Google announced the rollout of these two new features for Google Messages users in India. The rollout will begin in India in the coming weeks on Android phones running Android 8 and above. Both the OTP auto deleting feature and the category feature are optional and can be turned on or off in Settings. To see the change, users will need to restart Google Messages. Android.apps.messaging” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>Update to latest version Will have to do. If the Categories feature is on, SMS messages on the Google Messages app will be sorted into different categories based on their usage. For example, messages about bank transactions and bill transactions will be created in a separate tab, while messages about conversations on saved numbers will be kept in the Personal tab. Google says the classification happens securely on users’ devices, so conversations stay in the app and can be accessed offline.

For the OTP feature, Google is also offering the option to automatically delete the OTP 24 hours after it is received. With this, users will not have to waste time manually deleting the many OTPs they receive daily. This will help users keep their message app clean and neat. Last year, Google also released a feature to automatically transfer suspected spam messages to the Spam folder.

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