Google is developing a feature for its messaging app, Google messages, to detect one-time password (otps) messages that pile up in your SMS inboxes and automatically delete them after 24 hours. Since ordinary users often visit dozens of online services and accounts, using multi factor authentication (MFA) means that they often have a lot of expired OTP messages blocking their SMS inboxes. < / P > < p > although they can be deleted on the spot (or later), they have to be done manually, and they are usually not as noticeable as the services / accounts they are trying to access, making it difficult to clean up mobile inboxes in the long run. < / P > < p > Google is now developing a strange new feature for its & quot; Google messages & quot; app, which helps users keep their inboxes clean and tidy by identifying such messages and automatically deleting them after 24 hours. Since otps usually expire earlier than this and have no more uses, automatic deletion of them is undoubtedly a convenience. < / P > < p > as the feature may be under development / testing, users can expect it to log in to Google messages in the next few weeks. At the same time, Google may also drive competitors to pay attention to this. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today