Soon, you might have the capacity to reclaim/cancel or revoke your snappy or unnecessarily angry messages on WhatsApp.
The Facebook-claimed messaging service is apparently testing the capacity to edit or review messages that have as of now been sent. This implies you can delete or modify a message even after your companion’s telephone has in fact gotten it.
The feature just works if the beneficiary has not perused the message yet. On WhatsApp, this is meant by a blue tick mark. On the off chance that the message has just been gotten by telephone yet not read with dim tick marks, at the end of the day, the feature still works.
The feature is right now being tried in the beta adaptations of WhatsApp on Android and iOS. The overhaul includes “revoke” and “edit” choices for messages that have not yet been seen. From the screenshots, it appears like the message is supplanted with “Sender revoked the message” so your companions will know you’re keeping something from them.
WhatsApp is additionally apparently testing a feature that may help you to remember Snapchat’s “Stories.” It will upgrade the present “status” feature, where clients can include a photo with a subtitle or doodle that vanishes following 24 hours. Like Snapchat and Instagram, clients can likewise answer to each other’s’ stories.
A third feature being tried right now, called “live location tracking,” permits clients to empower other individuals in a gathering to talk to track their location progressively. The feature is by all accounts coordinated at making IRL meetups less demanding among family and companions. Since the features are still in beta testing, there is no certification when or in the event that they will be all the more generally accessible.