WhatsApp working on ability to edit messages on Android: Report

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WhatsApp is reportedly developing a new feature that will enable users to edit their sent text messages. Traces of this feature were reportedly spotted in the latest beta build of WhatsApp for Android. It appears that recipients of an edit message will need to update their clients to the latest build to read it once the feature is released. The Meta-owned platform is said to have been working on this feature for several months. The edit message option was first seen in another Android beta version of WhatsApp back in May.

according to a report good WhatsApp feature tracker by WABetaInfo, the Meta-owned platform is working on an option that will allow users to edit sent text messages. For now, it’s unclear whether there will be a specific time limit for editing sent text messages. The expected public release of this feature is also unknown at the moment.

The report also includes a screenshot that suggests that users will need to update their WhatsApp client to the latest build in order to read edited text messages received or sent through the linked device.

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The same feature was seen on the older beta version of WhatsApp for Android. It suggests that in order to edit a sent text message, users must long-press the text and select a new one. edit option in the pop-up menu that currently contains information And copy alternative.

It seems that WhatsApp is working on several new features for its Android client. Another recent report suggests that it is working on allowing Android users to export and import their chats offline from Google Drive. This backup is understood to contain the entire chat history, media files, and other documents. It is being told that this feature is close to release on the Android version of the app for beta users.

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