Whatsapp May Offer "Delete for Everyone" Feature in Coming Weeks

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Whatsapp May Offer "Delete for Everyone" Feature in Coming Weeks

WhatsApp looks like it is in the final stages of testing its Delete For Everyone feature that will allow you to delete a message you've sent, hopefully before those little ticks turn blue. The platform is testing this feature in Android as well as iOS apps and they may offer this feature in coming weeks. It explains: "WhatsApp for Android: when the sender deletes the message for everyone, it will be updated in the Notification Center too", and "WhatsApp for iOS: when the sender deletes the message for everyone, WhatsApp will delete it in the Notification Center". However, since this feature is in beta, those who are not enrolled in the beta program have to wait for some time now. "WhatsApp has added in beta the possibility to edit messages that you already sent". "The server finally works and it successfully recalls the message".

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However, messages that have already been read or sent more than five minutes ago can not be recalled through this feature. Hence, once WhatsApp gets enabled with this feature, you wouldn't have to worry anymore. Better yet, if you decide to recall your message, whatever you wrote is not displayed on the recipient's notification area.

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WABetaInfo claim that while the feature now exists and works, it is not currently enabled, although it is expected to be rolled out in the near future.

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According to screenshots, a deleted message will be replaced with the phrase: "This message was deleted".

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