WhatsApp to Soon Let Users Edit Sent Messages

World’s most famous instant messaging app, owned by Meta, WhatsApp is finally considering rolling out sent message editing updates. After this, Apple iPhone users will be able to edit any sent message they have typed mistakenly. Editing and omitting words will be very easy even after the message has been sent. This feature was in-demand and needed for a long time and its functionality is the same as iPhone’s iMessage.

WhatsApp to Soon Let Users Edit Sent Messages

WhatsApp to Allow Editing of Sent Messages

Although this feature is not announced officially by the platform itself, a WhatsApp progress tracking platform called WABetaInfo has revealed its arrival as a beta update for very select individuals across the world.

So, as per the platform, users will now be able to correct their typing mistakes with a very simple and easy process. This feature also works best as it lets you edit sent messages without sending an additional one. This will improve the communication between WhatsApp users as their messages will be clear and error-free.

How Will You Identify an Edited Message on WhatsApp?

The report states that users will be allowed to edit a sent message within 15 minutes and the message will be marked as an edited label, informing the receiver that it was corrected. Although the feature is currently under development, it’s still being spotted in a few devices with a beta update. The stable version will be rolled out soon for all iPhone users across the globe. And then maybe it will be sent to android users as well.

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WhatsApp Launches Official Chat For Android and iOS

Learn About All the WhatsApp Features and Unique Abilities

In addition to editing sent messages, WhatsApp will also introduce a new official chat. This will contain content related to all the abilities and features that WhatsApp has and users will be able to learn all of that through that chat.

“The chat comes marked with a green badge and includes tips and tricks on how to use the app and information on new features and updates. Verified badges ensure that the chat is legitimate, helping to prevent users from falling victim to scams or phishing attempts that imitate the official WhatsApp account,” mentioned by DNA India.

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