Although Twitter does not yet have an edit button, WhatsApp is expected to implement so shortly. On the beta version of the software, the messaging platform was testing the edit button. WhatsApp currently lacks a specific editing feature. A text may only be removed once it has been sent; however, a planned feature may make it possible to amend texts after they have been sent.
Wabetainfo, a website that keeps track of all App-related news, noticed the functionality. It has made significant changes to the way we communicate with one another. It will soon allow users to amend messages after they have been sent, after the release of the option to reply to messages. It is said to have started development on the function five years ago, but it was quickly abandoned once it was disclosed on Twitter.
WhatsApp Has Been Developing The Feature For The Past 5 Years
However, It has finally considered working on the edit function again after a five-year absence.
The snapshot of the edit functionality that is presently being developed has been posted by Wabetainfo. When you pick a message you’ve sent, you’ll see a separate edit option, as seen in the picture. Users will be able to modify their messages in addition to copying and forwarding them. Even after you’ve submitted your message, you may use the edit button to repair any typos or spelling errors.
Users can only delete messages under the present configuration. It is not possible to delete or amend it once it has been sent. The functionality was being tested on WhatsApp beta for Android, but according to the article, WhatsApp is working on introducing the feature to WhatsApp beta for iOS and Desktop as well, with more specifics to come later. However, because this feature is still in development, it is impossible to say when it will be ready for a stable upgrade, although WhatsApp may begin rolling it out to more beta users shortly.