WhatsApp to provide undo button for deleted messages

WhatsApp already offers a function that allows you to erase a message sent inadvertently. So, if a message was accidentally sent to the incorrect chat, you may “Delete for Everyone,” and everything will be OK. 

And now, it aims to introduce a new function that will allow you to reverse an action if you deleted a message accidentally when it wasn’t meant to happen. The following are the specifics.

WhatsApp is developing an undo function

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is working on an undo feature for messages that have been erased for you. This implies that if you choose the “Delete for me” option and then decide to modify it, you will only have a few seconds.

If a message is erased, a screenshot implies that there will be an undo button at the bottom of the screen that may tap to restore the message. This is comparable to Gmail’s undo feature for different activities. 

Using this method, you may opt to preserve the news or remove it for everyone in a group or individual conversation. Take a look at the image below for an example.

We don’t know whether this feature will be available for all deleted messages or if it would just be open for messages that have been removed for you. 

Enabling it for all deleted messages makes more sense since it’s possible to remove a message accidentally, and retyping it may be a pain.

According to reports, since this function is still under development, no date has been set for when it will be accessible to beta and public customers. As a result, it may take some time to reach consumers.

In addition, WhatsApp is testing a new feature that will allow you to edit a message that has already been sent. This can be useful if you accidentally send a message and don’t want to delete it and retype it. This is also in the works, and it’s unclear when it’ll be available to people.

Message responses, the Communities area, the option to add up to 32 persons to a phone conversation, and the “2GB restriction” for media have all recently been added to the Meta-owned messaging platform. 

We anticipate it to become official before the end of the year since it is testing many features. We’ll keep you informed. So stay tuned, and don’t forget to let us know what you think of the undo feature in the comments section.