WhatsApp offers a tonne of features and has been around for more than a decade, making it one of the greatest messaging programs accessible.
However, there’s always space for Upgradation, and it appears that the platform is now introducing a new tool that will let users” undo” a “Delete for me” message.
Head of WhatsApp Will Cathcart tweeted about the new feature, saying that there is now a new option in WhatsApp that will undo a “Delete for me” message, bringing back the message and allowing users to either leave it as is or continue to “Delete for everyone.”
Given that there was no ability to edit or bring back the message before this update, this ought to be a pleasant improvement.
WhatsApp improved its app significantly over the past year by adding new features. The addition of voice messaging to the program gave users a new means of communication in chat, making it one of the more significant additions. Emoji reactions in chat, sharing of larger files, and support for 32-person voice call groups was also added by the company.
The ability for Android users to move their WhatsApp data to an iOS device, which was perhaps one of the most requested features, was also introduced in 2022. Of course, these are only a few of the features that have been added over the past year, but there is no doubt that things have changed significantly and will do so in the future.
Earlier WhatsApp announced that it is adding personalized, 3D avatars for its users on WhatsApp months after its debut on Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger.
On Wednesday, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook that avatars are coming to WhatsApp. The announcement follows a months-long beta testing that was first reported by WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo in June.
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