Recently users were gifted with the video calling feature from Whatsapp and now the most awaited feature to edit your sent message is going to please you again and specially the teenage group is going to get benefited by this feature.
This like a gift for the New Year when you will be able to edit and revoke the read and unread messages from your WhatsApp account. This feature will also be available for WhatsApp groups also. A video related to info has been published by Twitter which shows ‘How the messages get Revoked in the iOS version of Messaging app’.
#Benificial feature for teenagers
It is best suited for teenagers who need privacy in their chats. An additional feature of editing your sent message make it helpful to make changes in the same message instead of sending many messages and putting * in the end of it to highlight the mistake done in the former message. Now the users will be able to Revoke any message that has been sent to a wrong person.
#. You will now be able to see who has viewed your status
Along with these features, WhatsApp is believed to be working on a new way to show the Status. By this feature, you will be able to see which of your friend has viewed your status and you will also be able to delete your status update. This feature will work in the same way that Snapchat does. On Snapchat the life of one’s posted story is 24 hours. Now let’s see if WhatsApp make its users happy or not?
# A long distance to cover between leaks and implication
The original tweet from @WABetaInfo:
“WhatsApp added in beta the possibility to edit messages that you already sent!
It is actually disabled by default and it’s under development”.
Whatsapp is one of the most efficient and trusted messaging app. With over 160 million users in India and many billions in the world, it became one of the most demanded and accessible app.
Users are eagerly waiting for new Updates and features of WhatsApp so that they can enjoy chatting worldwide without hampering about privacy concerns. And it is believed that WhatsApp will not let them down.
For now, we’ll have to wait and see how long it will take WhatsApp to launch this feature.