Dec 22, 2016 Sam 0Comment
WhatsApp Will Soon Let You Edit and Revoke Sent Messages, Photos, and Videos: How many times did you make big blunder by sending out wrong messages to the wrong person? Many times! Well, this coming update of Whatsapp might bring relief to careless typists as it will let users to edit or delete sent messages. This latest feature was seen in the beta test version of Whatsapp, provided the recipient hasn’t already seen it.
Facebook owned- Whatsapp is already world’s biggest IM platform with its 100 billion user-base and with this new feature, it will become even better. You can always save yourself from embarrassments and avoid silly fights with your girlfriend using this features.

WhatsApp Will Soon Let You Edit and Revoke Sent Messages, Photos, and Videos

According to one image posted on Twitter by @WABetaInfo the feature is also featured in iPhone beta version. Along with the picture, it was also stated that Whatsapp has started working on message editing function which will stay disabled by default.

 How to use WhatsApp Edit and Revoke Sent Message function?

To use this feature, first, you need to activate the feature in Settings and then go to the message you want to edit or revoke. Press and hold that message and in the coming update, you will get two new options- ‘Revoke’ and ‘Edit’. Using the revoke option you can recall the message and by using edit the option you can modify the message as per your choice only under one condition if the recipient hasn’t read it already.

Whatsapp has not made any official statement about this coming feature. It is also in the rumors that Whatsapp is working to provide facility to preview shared archive files such as RAR and ZIP files. Last month, the company has already provided two new functions including streaming videos while it’s downloading and the biggest enhancement is Video calling feature on iOS, Android, and Windows smartphones.

That would be all about WhatsApp Will Soon Let You Edit and Revoke Sent Messages, Photos, and Videos for now. We will keep you updated when Whatsapp makes any statement about confirmation.