WhatsApp is one of the most widely used communication applications worldwide. Purchased by Mark Zuckerberg in 2014, the famous app has recently reached 1 billion active users.
Right now Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, also owns many other social networks or communication applications, including Instagram and Facebook Messenger.
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One of the disadvantages of WhatsApp compared to other messaging applications was the inability to delete messages after they were sent. This means that you had to be twice as careful writing a message, especially if the night was breaking in and the beer a little above normal.
However, after much talk of the possibility, behold the functionality begins to reach all users around the world. The new update (not yet available on any of my smartphones) will give you the possibility to click on the sent message and then delete it.
You only have 7 minutes to delete messages sent on WhatsApp
The only catch is that you only have 7 minutes to do it. After these 7 minutes the message will be in chat for eternity.
This feature is for individual and group chats. The only difference is that in groups you have to make sure you click "delete for everyone".
As I mentioned, none of my devices has this feature, however, the update has already been sent and gradually notification will arrive to update the app with the new feature.
Honestly it seems to me a huge advantage. WhatsApp is increasingly used for professional purposes and nothing worse than a strong misspelling to ruin the good image of the company in question.
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