Whatsapp New Update
If you accidentally send a message to someone on the next WhatsApp, just chill because the popular messaging application is much “unseen” feature rolling out soon for all users.
According to Petinfo, a fan site that tests the features of the new WhatsApp in advance, application messaging and finally testing the “Delete All” feature.
“The server is finally working, successfully reclaiming the message, and will be remotely enabled later,” he said in a tweet. “The Whatsapp” enabled “their servers to delete feature for all; it can be enabled soon.
With this feature, users will be able to remember texts, images, videos, Jeff files, documents, quotes, or even status responses within five minutes, or not, according to the Independent newspaper on Tuesday.
However, messages that are read or sent more than five minutes ago can not be called through this feature. The new feature will be available for Android and iOS.
“Whatsapp added in the Beta the possibility of editing the messages that you have already sent, is disabled by default and it is under development,” tweet and appenfo earlier read.
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Users will be able to edit recent messages, not old messages.
With more than 1.2 billion active users per month, WhatsApp is available in more than 50 different languages worldwide and 10 Hindi languages.