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New WhatsApp feature to allow users to edit sent messages

WhatsApp is introducing a new feature that will allow users to edit already delivered messages.

According to the information delivered by WABetaInfo on Tuesday, May 31, when the functionality will be released to beta testers is still unclear, as the feature is still under development.

Users of Android and iOS, as well as desktops, will be able to use the feature.

Although details concerning the time window within which users can start using it are unknown at the moment, the information will be shared as soon as the narrative progresses, at WABetaInfo.

According to a tweet, the feature was to be in progress 5 years ago, but WhatsApp discarded it days later.

This latest version comes after the app’s previous upgrade, which improved a function that allows users to react to messages and is still in use.

WhatsApp also revealed that other features in development include WhatsApp Premium, which will allow users to leave groups silently without notifying other members, and group polls, which will allow users to migrate chat histories and media from Android to iOS, as well as create and share polls in groups with up to 12 options.

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