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WhatsApp users can edit sent messages: Here’s how it will work




Key Specifications:

  • WhatsApp is working on a new Edit Message Feature
  • This feature will let the users edit their messages within 15 minutes
  • The feature is currently under testing and will roll out in the coming weeks

Instant Messaging Platform, Whatsapp is working on a new way to edit messages that have been sent already. The ‘edit message’ feature will essentially allow the sender to edit their text within a specific time window. It is a great alternative to the Delete Message option. The feature is currently under testing.

According to WABetaInfo, an ‘edited’ label will show up beside the text and users can edit a message within 15 minutes of sending it. The label “Edited” will show up when a message has been edited. In addition, WhatsApp will give you exactly 15 minutes to edit a message. There is no way in which a user can check the past version of the message.

WhatsApp’s new Edit Message feature is under testing

Even in the case of edited messages, there is no confirmation that the message will be edited. If the recipient of the message does not turn on their device or is offline for around a day or more, they will not get the edit message on their hand

Presently,  this feature is under development and we don’t have any information about a release date. The report notes that the feature is available for the WhatsApp Android beta version We don’t even have information on when a new update will be going to release that addresses the issue with notifications.

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WhatsApp rolls out subscription plan for Business users

Meanwhile, the Meta-owned messaging app has started rolling out its subscription plan for select business users. This feature rolls out to both WhatsApp Business for Android and WhatsApp Business for iOS users on Google Play Store and TestFlight. the premium plan is an optional feature for business account holders and for now, it will give users access to only two features.

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