While Twitter does not yet include an edit option, WhatsApp is working on one. The beta version of the messaging app was being used to test the edit button. For the time being, WhatsApp does not provide a way to modify messages. One can only remove texts after sending them, but a planned feature might allow them to change or edit after they’ve been sent.
It was discovered by the website Wabetainfo, which keeps tabs on all things. As a result, Whatsapp has made several significant improvements to how we communicate with one other. For example, due to the introduction of the ability to respond to messages, it also allows users to amend messages they’ve already sent.
WhatsApp is said to have been developing the function for five years before it was first published on Twitter, but they quickly scrapped it. On the other hand, they have considered resuming the development of the edit function after a five-year pause.
Wabetainfo has released a screenshot of the upcoming edit functionality. When you choose a message you’ve already sent, you’ll see a separate edit button. Users will be able to modify notices in addition to copying and forwarding them.
Even after submitting your message, you may go back and fix any typos or misspellings by clicking the edit button. However, one may only delete messages at this time. This message can’t be rescinded or edited.
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While it’s unlikely they’ll include an edit history, this feature is still under development, so their intentions might change before releasing the functionality.” Additional information on how long individuals may change their messages is still unclear, but we’ll let you know when we get any updates. Wabetainfo reported.
As previously mentioned, this functionality is testing on beta for Android. Still, according to the article, WhatsApp is now working on bringing it to beta for iOS and Desktop.
The function is still under development, so it’s unclear when it will be out to the general public, but WhatsApp is expecting to roll it out to additional beta testers soon.