WhatsApp may eventually allow you to edit messages after they’ve been sent

WhatsApp may eventually allow you to edit messages after they've been sent.
Users of WhatsApp may soon be allowed to alter text messages that have already been delivered. Continue reading to learn more.

It is difficult to change a WhatsApp message after it has been delivered, but WhatsApp is planning on a remedy with a new edit tool. You’ll be able to modify messages after they’ve been delivered, allowing you to rectify everything from funny typos to incorrect facts.

According to a fresh rumor from WABetaInfo, the edit message capability may be coming to beta versions of the app shortly. The new feature will bring WhatsApp, which is sponsored by Facebook, up to speed with Telegram, which already enables users to edit texts after they’ve been sent.

According to various sources, WhatsApp began working on the functionality five years ago, but the project was eventually shelved. The edit message icon is now functional again on the direct messaging platform.

WhatsApp is making a change that’ll have an effect on muting chats

If a WhatsApp participant sends a message that contains an error, they currently have just two choices for correcting it. They may either send the right message and urge people to disregard the incorrect one, or they can erase the incorrect message and send a new one. In any case, a fresh message must be sent.

See the feature look below;

WhatsApp may eventually allow you to edit messages after they've been sent.

When a message is long held, it appears that the functionality will appear as an unique button in the top bar, with the choices to copy text and forward the message.

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