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WhatsApp now lets users undo annoying messages

FACEBOOK-OWNED MESSAGING SERVICE WhatsApp has versed a users with a ability to undo messages for a initial time, good news for anyone that’s ever sent an unintended dinkle pic.

The feature is rolling out now, despite slowly, to WhatsApp’s iOS, Android and web apps, and comes with dual options – ‘Delete for Everyone’ and ‘Delete for Me’.

The initial choice lets users be wiped and removed for all users’ in a conversation. 

“Deleting messages for everybody allows we to undo specific messages we have sent to possibly a organisation or an particular chat,” WhatsApp explains in a FAQ.

“This is quite useful if we sent a summary to a wrong discuss or if a summary we sent contains a mistake.”

After a summary has been deleted users will see a summary saying “this summary was deleted” in place of a strange message, though WhatsApp records that this underline will usually work if both a target and sender have a latest chronicle of the app installed.

‘Delete for Me’, as a name suggests, will see a wiped summary private from your story though continue to sojourn in a recipient’s chat. 

WhatsApp explains: “Deleting messages for yourself allows we to undo your duplicate of messages you’ve sent or perceived from your phone. This has no outcome on your recipients’ chats. Your recipients will still see a messages in their discuss screen.”

Once a underline has arrived, we simply go to a discuss containing a summary we wish to delete, daub and reason a summary and press ‘delete’.

However, we can usually undo messages for everybody for adult to 7 mins after sending, so we best wish we fast realize that we incidentally sent that dinkle-shot to ‘mum’. 

According to a news during WABetaInfo, a underline now supports a deletion content messages, images, videos, GIFs, voice messages, stickers (in future), hit cards, files, locations, quoted messages and standing replies. Stickers aren’t nonetheless supported, for some reason. µ



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