WhatsApp will soon allow users to edit messages after sending, details inside!

New Delhi: One of the world’s largest instant messaging companies, WhatsApp continues to bring new features. With the new features and updates of WhatsApp, the experience of the users is also better. According to reports, the company is working on a new feature. Through this, users will be able to edit the sent WhatsApp messages. However, this feature will be introduced only for iPhone users. Let us see how this edit message feature will work.

The message sent with the new feature of WhatsApp will be edited. There will be no need to delete the entire message to edit the message in the chat or to correct any information in the message. In such a situation, there will be no need to send a new or fresh message. Let’s see more details of this update.

Time will be 15 minutes

After the introduction of the new feature, within 15 minutes of sending the message, any change or edit facility will be available. According to Wabitinfo, a portal that tracks WhatsApp updates and new features, with the new feature, users will be able to do things like fix information in the original message, add new information, correct mistakes, etc. In such a situation, the upcoming feature can prove to be very beneficial for the people.

Label will appear in edit message

However, it has to be kept in mind that the ‘Edited’ label will remain on the edited message. Users who send and receive messages will be able to see these labels. Edit message feature will come in the latest version of WhatsApp. This feature will be limited to editing messages only. It will not be used for media caption etc. Currently this feature is being developed for iPhone users.


Video Message feature

The instant messaging app may soon release the edit message feature for beta testing. This feature can be released in the upcoming updates of WhatsApp. Apart from this, the company is also working on the video message feature for iPhone users. With this, you will be able to send short videos of 60 seconds like voice notes.

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