WhatsApp lets users safely delete messages, both within their chats as well as messages sent to other users. But, it’s hard to imagine the anxiety that might arise when you accidentally send an unsuitable message to a group of people, and then click”delete for me” instead of the “delete on my behalf” choice rather than “delete for all” that is definitely an unintended double blow. It’s a good thing this won’t be an issue in the future because WhatsApp is planning to launch the ability to retrieve deleted messages.
WABetaInfo is one of the most trusted sources of real-time updates of the popular instant messenger, has spotted the feature during early tests, and showcased it in a new screen shot. In the screenshot in the screenshot, when a user taps to select”delete” or “delete on my behalf” alternative, WhatsApp displays a pop-up at the bottom of the screen, asking whether they want to erase the deletion. Similar to other messaging platforms such as Telegram users will have only a few minutes to restore the chatsthat they may keep or “delete for all users.”
It’s not the only thing WhatsApp has been working on. The company plans to raise its limit for file sharing to 2GB which is an increase from the 100MB limit previously set. The feature, which was only available for testing in Argentina at the beginning of March, is now available with WhatsApp the beta version 184.108.40.206. It’s now rolling out across the world to test users -If you’re interested to know if you’ve been chosen to test the new feature, test sending larger files using your phone.
WhatsApp has seen rapid progress in the last few weeks, and they’re working to introduce new features, such as editing chat messages and the ability to save deleted conversations. We’re not sure when the possibility of taking back deleted messages will be available on the app, but the odds are that it will be available before we know it.