WhatsApp already allows users to delete messages to make mistakes or eliminate undesirable communications on its platform. However, errors may still be made while making these removals. And it now seems that the business intends to make this reversible.
A WaBetaInfo article claims that the most recent beta edition of the well-known chat platform has a few new features. Recently, we had written on the company’s decision to enable users to remove messages for up to two days for everyone in a chat. Furthermore, under the “Delete for me” option, it also provides a choice to delete the message. The latest beta does, however, provide an undo for these erased messages.
Unfortunately, only beta users have access to this function at the moment. In other words, it hasn’t reached the stage of being ready for end consumers. But because it has already reached the beta stage, we anticipate that this functionality will soon get the live version.
Notably, all users already have access to the extended deletion window for communications. Furthermore, according to the source, the undo option for deleted contacts is visible via a pop-up with an undo button at the bottom.
A few beta testers now have access to the undo feature on the Android app’s beta version, which bears version 126.96.36.199. Remember that not all elements in the beta build are guaranteed to be in the release version. But stay tuned since we’ll be covering any changes on this subject.