WhatsApp edited messages: this is how it works and looks

Since a while ago, we know that WhatsApp is getting ready to undergo one of the most significant changes in its entire history. At long last, it will be possible to edit messages that have already been sent. In order to fix mistakes or add new information.


New details about the implementation of this feature are coming to light as time passes. And the most recent WhatsApp Beta allows us to see how it will operate once it is available to all users of the messaging app.

WhatsApp will alert you when your correspondent edits messages

According to WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp version 2.22.22.14 appears to be laying the groundwork for the introduction of “editable” messages. As we can see in the screenshot, when we edit a message after sending it, an indicator indicating that the message has undergone modifications will appear. The other persons will be aware if the sender has made any changes in this manner.

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On the other hand, users of WhatsApp will have fifteen minutes to edit a message. It won’t be possible to make any changes after this period has passed.

However, if the recipient’s phone is off for a while and turns back on several hours later, WhatsApp cannot guarantee that they will see the edited version of the message. Similar things take place when users delete messages permanently for everyone.

The company behind the messaging app has not yet announced a release date for WhatsApp Edited Messages. Which is still in development. To make sure we have the most recent features, we advise you to download the most recent version of the app. And keep the app constantly updated.

At the moment, we do not have a specific date for the launch of the function of editing WhatsApp messages. As usual, it can take weeks or months to launch. As was the case for features that were in testing recently.

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