Message editing period has started in WhatsApp

Message editing period has started in WhatsApp

Meta company, one of the most used instant messaging services in the world WhatsAppstarted the message editing era.

The feature, which was advertised implicitly with the sharing at the bottom of the page in the past hours, has just been By Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg officially announced. Now WhatsApp a message you sent in You will be able to edit it in 15 minutes. For minor typos made in this way “delete and resend” or the company, which will completely eliminate the process of “writing a new message”, has satisfied the users with this step. The statement made on the platform about the new opportunity includes the following: given: “From now on, when you make a mistake or change your mind, you can edit the messages you have sent. From correcting a simple typo to adding extra context to a message, we’re excited to give you more control over your conversations. All you have to do is long-press a message sent within the last fifteen minutes and select the ‘Edit’ button from the menu. ‘Edited’ appears next to edited messages. This way, the people you’re messaging will be aware of the edit without seeing the edit history. As with all personal messages, media content, and calls, your messages and edits are protected by end-to-end encryption. This feature is currently rolling out to users globally and will be available to everyone in the coming weeks.”


The new feature announced for the application before that was Chat Lock. The statement made by the company in this regard is as follows: was transferred: “Today we are excited to introduce a new feature called Chat Lock that lets you add an extra layer of security to protect the privacy of your most intimate chats. Locking a conversation takes that conversation out of the inbox and places it in a private folder that can only be accessed with your device’s password or biometric information such as a fingerprint. It also automatically hides the content of this chat in notifications. We think this feature will come in handy for people who sometimes need to share their phone with a family member, or when a very private message arrives when your phone is in someone else’s hands. When you want to lock a chat, simply tap the name of the one-on-one chat or group and turn on the lock option. When you want to unlock these chats, slowly pull down your inbox and enter your phone password or biometric information.”