A new category, OTP auto-delete feature, has been added to Google Messages on Android

Following last year’s report, Google today launched new features in India, such as the message category of the native SMS app Google Messages and the automatic removal of OTPs.

New Google message feature for India

Mountain View Giants announced a new Google messaging feature through an official blog post. Features that bring support for new message categories and automatic removal of OTP are available in the latest version of the app. To take advantage of these features, the user must be running Android 8 or later.

Message category

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A new category, OTP auto-delete feature, has been added to Google Messages on Android

According to Google, the app uses machine learning technology to sort messages and categorize them into corresponding categories. In addition, the sorting operation is done on the device itself and is cloud-based platform independent, so all messages can be accessed offline.

Automatic deletion of OTP

The app now also includes a separate tab for OTP messages. As you may know, OTP messages are usually used only once. Also, from the notification panel, OTP messages are piled up and the inbox becomes cluttered.

A new category, OTP auto-delete feature, has been added to Google Messages on Android

Therefore, Google Messages will automatically make it easier for users to manage their inboxes neatly. Delete OTP messages after 24 hours After they are received by the user. Also, given the nature of OTP messages, one day is sufficient for such messages.

When the feature becomes available, both will be available in the latest version of Google Messages. Therefore, if you don’t see the new features on your device, be sure to update your app from the Google Play Store. Also, please let us know your thoughts on these features in the comments below.