WhatsApp is working on a future update of WhatsApp beta for iOS, Android, and Desktop that will include the ability to edit text messages. The above feature is still in development, so it is not yet ready for beta testers, but you can see a preview in this article. Please read the entire article to gain a thorough understanding of the feature.
WhatsApp is a completely free Facebook messaging and video calling app. Over 2 billion people in 180 countries use this app. It’s a simple, reliable, and commercial app that allows users to easily connect with friends and family. There are no subscription fees for WhatsApp, which is available on mobile and desktop devices.
You can make secure video and voice calls to up to 8 people for free. Your calls work across mobile devices by utilising your phone’s Internet service, even over slow connections. You can only share your location with people in your individual or group chat, and you can opt out at any time.
It quickly connects you and allows you to record a voice message. Status allows you to post text, video, photo, and GIF updates that are automatically deleted after 24 hours. You have the option of sharing status updates with all or a subset of your contacts.
What is text message editing feature
Following the release of the ability to react to messages as a new messaging feature, WhatsApp is now working on allowing users to edit their text messages for a future app update! If you’re curious, we announced this feature on Twitter 5 years ago, but WhatsApp removed it after a few days. Finally, WhatsApp is working on reintroducing the text message edit button.
WhatsApp is developing a new feature that allows us to edit text messages, enabling us to finally correct typos after sending a message. There will most likely be no edit history to view previous versions of edited messages, but since this feature is still in development, their plans may change before the feature is released. Furthermore, details about the time window for people to edit their messages are currently unknown, but we will notify you as soon as we learn more.
WhatsApp is working on adding the same feature to WhatsApp beta for iOS and Desktop, and more information will be released later. Apparently, because this feature is still in development, we do not know when it will be available to beta testers,, however, once the feature is available, you can likely find an article posted on this website.