Following the release of the WhatsApp beta for iOS 220.127.116.11 upgrade, which enables you to view status updates directly in the chat list, WhatsApp is also providing a mechanism for select iOS beta users to recover unintentionally deleted messages.
A new feature that will improve using WhatsApp may be added. According to WABetaInfo, Meta’s messaging service is developing a new feature that will allow customers to recover deleted chat messages. According to reports, the capability appeared in the most recent WhatsApp Android beta version.
How to Get Your Deleted Whatsapp Messages Back
Users will see an “Undo” option when they delete a message from the chatbox, according to a screenshot from the article. But, just like when we delete an email from Gmail, this choice will only be visible for a little period of time. Notably, only beta testers will be able to utilize it; if you fall into this category, you can update your app via the Play Store.
Even if you don’t see the feature right away, we kindly ask you to wait as it should soon be available to all beta testers. It will probably be implemented gradually. A function to conceal a user’s phone number from strangers is also being developed, according to a different claim from WABetaInfo. Remember that only Android is being used for testing.
Additionally, WhatsApp recently debuted a new Windows version. With this new program, users on Windows OS-powered desktops may use WhatsApp just as they would on their mobile devices. Continue reading Digit. in for more technology news, product reviews, sci-tech features, and updates.