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WhatsApp has always grabbed headlines by adding newly refined features to its popular cross-messaging app. Recently WhatsApp officially rolled out the feature of Video Calling on its app and now the company is gearing up to introduce an array of new features soon. As per the recent leaks, WhatsApp might be soon bringing up a new feature which will enable the users cancelling and editing the sent messages.

According to leaks tweeted by WABetaInfo, the new addition of features will allow WhatsApp users to enjoy a more flexible and convenient messaging experience. Soon the users will be able to annul and revise messages which they have sent.

To recall, WABetaInfo’s Tweet account is best known for its accurate reveals about WhatsApp and its features. Previously, numerous features suggested by WABetaInfo have later turned out t be true, and this time, the same is expected.

As per the Tweet posted by WABetaInfo, “WhatsApp has added a slew of new features which will enable users to cancel and edit messages that already have been sent. The feature is currently in Beta mode and under development state”.

After the tweet of WABetaInfo, the hopes for correcting the wrongly sent messages and cancelling the assigned texts are touching the peak.  However, WABetaInfo has confirmed that the option of revoking and editing sent messages will only be applicable for recently sent messages, no on the older one.

According to the WABetaInfo, the feature is currently being tested in WhatsApp Beta 2.17.1.86v for the iOS platform and soon will go live for public use. However, no particular timeline for Android and Windows has yet been reported. In addition, there are no clues if this highly anticipated feature will be exclusive to iOS or will be available on all three platforms like iOS, Android, and Windows.

In addition to this feature, WhatsApp is also reported to work on a new feature that will allow users to show their ‘Status updates’, privately. It means, users will also be able to see the number of friends who saw their Status update, and will also be capable of removing such status updates.

Last week, WhatsApp rolled out the video calling feature for all three major platforms. Currently, WhatsApp has more than one billion active users across the world, among which 160 million users are from India. With more than 50 different languages including 10 Indian languages, WhatsApp has turned out to be the king of the instant messaging platform.

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