WhatsApp will wipe deleted messages from your notification center


This feature isn't new to some other messaging apps such as Skype, but the rollout of the said feature to public WhatsApp users hasn't been known so far. But it will take time for to experience the feature. WhatsApp is soon rolling out the WhatsApp delete for everyone feature.

WABetaInfo says the "Delete for Everyone" feature would essentially recall the sent message, and remove it from a receiver's notifications as well.

The new feature has been spotted to be tested on select WhatsApp accounts, as reported by WABetaInfo. Going by some earlier reports, you can access this feature by tap-and-holding a sent message and then choose the recall option.

Across the web, rumours about the WhatsApp Delete for everyone feature started circulating when users noticed signs of this feature in WhatsApp code.

The launch of the "Delete for Everyone" feature would definitely help the masses from embarrassment.

According to some reports, the users also will be able to recall their sent messages within five minutes after sending them. The included picture-in-picture mode and they have included the support for businesses.

WhatsApp will soon roll out the Delete for Everyone feature
GETTYWhatsApp will soon roll out the Delete for Everyone feature

WhatsApp might be finally bringing in the feature that many have wanted for long.

WhatsApp is one of the largest messaging apps with over one billion daily users globally. The feature was again spotted in the August beta version of the app for the Windows Phone, notes TNW. The chat app releases host of updates with the latest one being WhatsApp business app.

About where and when this feature will have to roll out, we don't have official information, but we will let you know official information soon.

With the delete for everyone Feature, users can revoke awkward or wrongly sent texts.

What's more, after you decide to recall your message, whatever you wrote will not be displayed on the recipient's notification area.

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