WhatsApp is Working on 'Edit Message' Feature

WhatsApp is Working on 'Edit Message' Feature

The option to edit texts, which iMessage achieved with iOS 16, is one of the several features WhatsApp is supposed to introduce. The feature is now being developed, contrary to what we had previously been told.

Whatsapp is working on features to edit messages

According to a recent WABetaInfo report, the edited message is now displayed in WhatsApp for Android beta version 2.22.20.12. It has been reported that WhatsApp is now working on updating the software to reflect message editing.

Next to the message is a sign that reads, "You sent an edited message." This indicates that WhatsApp is continuing to develop the new function and may soon make it available.

It isn't, however, yet available to beta testers. We are unsure of when the functionality will be available to beta and stable customers because it is still in development. This is what we anticipate happening for both iOS and Android users. You can have a peek at this for yourself right now.

whatsapp is testing edit message feature
Image: WABeta Info

The Edit Messages feature will be simpler to use, according to the most recent information we have. Simply long-press a message you want to edit, make the necessary editing, and send it again. We don't know if the Edit history feature will actually be removed, despite claims to the contrary.

Furthermore, we are still unsure of how long WhatsApp will permit us to edit a sent message. For those who don't know, users have a 30-minute window while using Twitter's Edit feature, which is presently available to Twitter Blue users only.