WhatsApp begins testing 'Delete for Everyone' feature

WhatsApp begins testing 'Delete for Everyone' feature

According to a tweet by WABetaInfo, a fan site that tests new WhatsApp features, the company is finally testing the feature and it will be remotely enabled soon.

The applications of this feature are pretty obvious to anyone who has ever accidentally sent a message complaining about a colleague to that colleague, messaged an ex after one too many mojitos, or fallen victim to an unfortunate autocorrect. However, messages sent within 5 minutes of time frame can only be deleted.

"WhatsApp has added in beta the possibility to edit messages that you already sent". Don't worry in future days Whatsapp app will have unsend message feature. To save you from such embarrassment WhatsApp is working on a recall button feature and now there is a report that the feature could soon come to Android and iOS users. Also if the server works, this does not mean that the feature is now enabled. The included picture-in-picture mode and they have included the support for businesses. The "Delete for everyone" feature enables users to wipe out messages before their contacts have read them. So, with this feature Whatsapp bringing joy to all the billion users. However, the feature has already shown up on the app's August Beta update for Windows Phone.

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It takes few more days for to experience the Whatsapp Unsend Message Feature.

And prior to that, in June, a leaked WhatsApp code revealed that the messaging giant was testing the feature.

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