WhatsApp now allows users to undo “Delete for Me” errors, giving users a second chance.
WhatsApp has been around for more than a decade and at this point it has many features that make it one of the best messaging apps available. Regardless, there’s always room for improvement, and it looks like the company is now implementing a new feature that will allow users to “undo” the “Delete for Me” message.
The new feature was announced by WhatsApp head Will Cathcart on Twitter, saying that there is now a new option in WhatsApp that will return the “Delete for me” error, revert the message and allow users to leave it as it is or continue. to “Delete for all.” This should be a welcome change considering that prior to this update there was no way to return the message and make the change.
Over the year, WhatsApp has done a great job of improving its app and bringing new features. Perhaps one of the most important updates to the app was the enabling of voice messaging, which gave users a new way to communicate in chat. The company also added emoji reactions in chat, the ability to share larger files and larger voice call groups with support for up to 32 people.
Perhaps one of the most requested features also arrived in 2022, allowing Android users to transfer their WhatsApp data to iOS devices. Of course, these are just a few features added over the year, but undoubtedly things have improved a lot and will continue to do so in the future. If you want to try WhatsApp, you can always download it from Google Play or Apple’s App Store.