WhatsApp is going to give users the opportunity to edit or edit messages. The popular chatting app made the announcement after rivals Telegram and Signal. News BBC.
According to WhiteApp, sent messages will have the opportunity to edit up to 15 minutes.
The instant-messaging service is part of US tech giant Meta. Its two popular windows are Facebook and Instagram.
Next week, 2 billion users around the world will be able to enjoy the new feature of WhatsApp.
In a blog post yesterday on Monday, WhatsApp said that the company is interested in increasing user control over chats, from correcting misspellings to adding additional words.
For this, the sent message needs to be pressed for a long time. Editing can then be done by selecting ‘Edit’ from the menu. Which can be seen within 15 minutes. That message will be tagged as ‘edited’. Through which the recipient can be aware of content or message changes. However, the sequence of changes will not be shown.
However, the social media platform Mater has had the edit option for Facebook posts for more than a decade. Where edit history is easily seen.
In addition, after Elon Musk took ownership, it was said last year that those who will manage the account in exchange for money, will have the opportunity to edit tweets within 30 minutes.