WhatsApp is going to launch a new feature where users can edit their sent messages too. The company is working on this feature and announced to launch of it soon.
WhatsApp is working on various upgrades to improve the user experience. The instant messaging app is working on upgrading messages for a future app update utilizing their altered version, according to WABetaInfo. Users will be able to modify sent messages once the capability is available.
The "edit messages" functionality will be made available via the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the app's version number up to 18.104.22.168. The website also published the first screenshot of the feature, which is still in the works. This feature's release date is unknown because it is still under development.
"WhatsApp is currently working on a procedure that will allow the app to update the message using its updated version: this is an indication that WhatsApp will continue to work on this feature. If you are using an older version of WhatsApp, you must update it whenever you get a modified version of a message from the receiver or a linked device "WABetaInfo penned this.
The Meta-Owned app just added the ability to conceal the online status to select iOS beta users. A similar capability was made available to select Android beta users earlier this week. WhatsApp users may hide their online appearance on the instant messaging service to just those who cannot see their last seen using this function.
The app is also focusing on soliciting input from a small number of users through a new in-app survey conversation. After obtaining an invitation, users can provide feedback on new features, goods, and other items. Users can decline the request to provide feedback because it is optional.