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WhatsApp to soon get this awesome iOS 16 feature

WhatsApp may soon bring a feature that will let you edit sent messages, just like iPhone iMessage after the iOS 16 update.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Oct 16 2022, 14:32 IST
Add style to your WhatsApp messages, do it this way
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1/5 Are you bored of seeing and using normal WhatsApp messaging format? The online messaging platform is providing you with the options to change the format of the text to Italic, Bold, Strikethrough and more. Want to try the new WhatsApp text format? Before that you need to know that once you change the style of the text, you will not be able to disable it. (HT_PRINT)
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2/5 How to change WhatsApp text to Italic: In order to change the text inside your messages to Italic, you will have to place an underscore on both sides of the text. For example: _text_. (Reuters)
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3/5 How to change WhatsApp text to Strikethrough: To Strikethrough your message, you need to place a tilde on both sides of the text. Here is how- ~text~. (AP)
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4/5 How to change WhatsApp text to Monospace: Now in order to monospace your message, you will have to place three backticks on both sides of the text like this```text```. (Pixabay)
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5/5 You can also use an alternative method to change the format of the text inside WhatsApp message on Android and iPhone. Android users can change the format of WhatsApp text by tapping and holding the text they are entering in the text field, then choose Bold, Italic, or More. You need to tap More to choose Strikethrough or Monospace. While, if you are an iPhone user then you need to tap the text you are entering in the text field, then Select or Select All then B_I_U. After this, you will have to choose Bold, Italic, Strikethrough, or Monospace. (HT_Print)
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WhatsApp to roll out this iOS 16 like edit feature. (Bloomberg)

Apple recently rolled out its latest iOS 16 version for all iPhone users, which rolled out a bunch of nifty features. One of them is a boon for those who make frequent typos or even send messages accidentally. With the arrival of iOS 16, iPhone users can make changes to sent messages and even unsend the message itself. Now, WhatsApp is on way to bring a similar feature. WhatsApp's update tracker, WabetaInfo has confirmed that WhatsApp is now working on bringing the ability to edit messages in a future update of the Desktop app. This function has been discovered in the most recent Android beta.

“It's been a long time since the latest news about editing messages but finally, we have something new to share with you. Fortunately, the development of the feature that lets us edit messages has not been abandoned and WhatsApp still plans to implement it in a future release of the app,” WabetaInfo mentioned in a blogpost.

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Along with the good news, WhatsApp tracker also has shared a screenshot which shows that WhatsApp is developing a new view that lets people enter the text that will replace the original sent message, just like the iMessage feature with iOS 16 update. Sadly, as the feature is under development, the details about the time window to let WhatsApp users edit the message with this upcoming feature is still unknown at the moment.

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Apart from this, the report says, “an edit history should not be available but since this feature is under development, this may be implemented before the release of the feature in the future. In any case, we will let you know when we discover something more.”

When will you get this edit message feature on your WhatsApp? It is still unknown! But you can expect new development soon on this upcoming feature.

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First Published Date: 16 Oct, 14:04 IST
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