Users already have the ability to delete in order to make corrections or totally remove unwanted messages on WhatsApp. However, there are still times that these deletions might also be done by mistake. And now, it appears that the company is planning on making this reversible as well.
According to a WaBetaInfo report, certain new features was spotted on the latest beta build of the popular chat platform. Just recently, we had reported on the company allowing users to delete messages for everyone in a chat for up to two days. It also offers an option to remove the message under the ‘Delete for me’ option as well. However, the new beta arrives with an undo for these deleted messages.
Unfortunately, this feature is currently exclusively available for the beta users only. In other words, it has yet to make to the final build for end users. But, since it has already made its way to beta, we can expect this feature to make its way to live version soon as well. Notably, the extended time limit to delete messages is already available for all users. As per the report, the undo option for deleted messages can be seen through a pop up at the bottom with an undo button.
At the moment, the undo option is available to a handful of beta testers on the beta version of the Android app that has the version number 22.214.171.124. Keep in mind that the features on the beta build are not always confirmed to make their way to the final build. But stick around, as we will be covering any updates regarding this matter.