September 26, 2022
WhatsApp tests working to recover deleted messages;  Learn more |  social networks

WhatsApp tests working to recover deleted messages; Learn more | social networks

a The WhatsApp It is developing a new feature to recover deleted messages. As determined by specialist WABetaInfo on Tuesday (16), the “Undo” button will be enabled for a few seconds after the message has been deleted, which will allow users to go back in some exceptions. The functionality was seen in version 2.22.18.13 of the app for Android, in the beta program. However, it should be noted that the button is gradually released for testing users, and it may not appear even for those using this version of the messenger. Here’s everything you need to know about the feature.

WhatsApp tests feature to undo deleted accidentally deleted messages – Photo: Aline Batista / TechTudo

An “Undo” button appears in a bar at the bottom of the screen, after the user deletes the message he has received by clicking “Erase for me”. The dynamics are just like the dynamics Cancel a Gmail messagethe tape is only available for a few seconds, then it disappears.

There is still no specific date for the functionality to reach all mobile phones, including the regular version of the messaging app. But traditionally, WhatsApp expands the number of beta testers with access to new features every few weeks.

Feature to recover deleted messages in WhatsApp beta for Android – Image: Playback / WABetaInfo

Another long-awaited feature that will arrive soon is 3D avatars, Already on Facebook, Instagram and Messengers. With this feature, users will be able to use the photos as a profile picture, for video calls, and even as a sticker natively.

WhatsApp avatars are still in development, and it is expected that it will take some time before the official launch. When this happens, the feature should be launched simultaneously for beta versions of the messenger for Android, Iphone (iOS) And the desktop.

With information from WABetaInfo (1And the two)

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