Have you ever been embarrassed by a text you sent via the WhatsApp application, and you reviewed its content, but you were unable to remove or modify it?
If you’ve ever been in this unwanted situation, here’s a new feature called the “edit button” that the app’s creators are working on that will allow you to edit your message up to 15 minutes after it’s sent.
Previous request from millions
This feature came after millions of “WhatsApp” users had long demanded it, in an attempt to correct misspellings or embarrassing messages sent to others in personal chats or group messages.
But the modification that is currently being worked on has not yet been disclosed when it will be released for use, according to the newspaper “Daily Mail”, and there are also still a lot of unknowns regarding the details of whether other recipients will be alerted to make an amendment, or receive a record of what was done. change it.
However, it is not yet known when this feature will be rolled out to the general public.
Beta testers tend to have early versions of WhatsApp, although the edit button hasn’t appeared yet.
But the beta program is the best chance for WhatsApp users to get a new feature on their smartphone or tablet first.
To do this, you have to download the “WhatsApp beta” on your phone first.
How to get “WhatsApp beta”
To do this, you have to go to Google Play on your Android device and search for WhatsApp.
Then you scroll down the page until you see “Be a Beta Tester”.
Then press the “I’m here” button and then press “Join” to confirm.
All you have to do after that is wait for the update to the beta version of the app.