The news of the microblogging platform Twitter working on editing posts made rounds on social media preliminarily. Now, the instant messaging operation WhatsApp is reportedly working on a point that will allow users to edit dispatches.
According to the platform’s watchdog WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will introduce the point to an unborn update of the meta-possessed service on the iOS interpretation.
“WhatsApp is working on editing dispatches, for an unborn update of the app,” WABetaInfo’s tweet said.
? WhatsApp beta for iOS 184.108.40.206: what's new?— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) November 3, 2022
WhatsApp is working on editing messages, for a future update of the app!https://t.co/QuqmX197yj pic.twitter.com/9xKcoDn34t
The screenshot posted by WABetaInfo shows the edit option appearing on the environment menu when tapped for a while. Among other features like “dupe” and “cancel”, an option says “edit”.
Still, it’ll appear in the converse with the marker “edited”, If a stoner edits the communication.
druggies will have fifteen twinkles to make changes to their dispatches after which the option will no longer be available.
On November 03, Meta master Mark Zuckerberg blazoned that the long-awaited WhatsApp Communities point will be accessible to druggies around the world.
“With Communities, admins will now have the tools to organize exchanges under one marquee,” he said.
“We’ve erected a bunch of new features similar as responses, larger train sharing and we’re now rolling out pates, 32-person calls, shareable call links to set up a group call for latterly and further,” Zuckerberg added.
The preface of this point means WhatsApp could be contending against platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft brigades. All these platforms allow at least 100 users at a time.
The CEO also revealed that the operation will allow up to 1,024 members in a group rather than the former 512 members limit.