WhatsApp users may soon be able to edit sent messages – Times of India

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Meta-owned WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature which will enable users to edit a sent message. According to an online report, the popular messaging app is developing a feature which may allow users to edit a sent message.
As reported by WaBetaInfo, a Twitter account which keeps track of the changes in WhatsApp build has revealed that the messaging app may soon introduce a feature called Edit Message. The feature will enable the users to get rid of the errors when they send a message by mistake or in a hurry. “The ability to edit messages is not available because it is still under development and we are not sure about when it will be released. We will immediately let you know when there is a compatible update or additional information about the development of the feature,” said WaBetaInfo in a blog post.

The feature is spotted in the Android beta version of the app. So, the feature is said to come to Android first. WhatsApp already offers a ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature which enables the users to delete a sent message. But with this new edit message feature users will not have to delete the complete message and can edit and make some changes to the existing ones.
WhatsApp will soon stop working on these Apple devices
Meanwhile, WhatsApp will reportedly stop functioning on some iPhones on October 24. WhatsApp will likely stop releasing software support for iPhones that are running on iOS 10 and 11. This means iPhone 5 and 5C users have to get a newer version of the iPhone or have to start using another instant messaging platform.

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