WhatsApp is developing intriguing new features that would improve the user experience. Users will be able to retrieve deleted texts thanks to a feature that the messaging app is purportedly developing.
Recent WhatsApp Android beta updates have the feature, which has been discovered. As a result, you can retrieve a message that you unintentionally erased and sent to someone else. Users cannot recover deleted messages with the current configuration.
According to Wabetainfo, WhatsApp will provide users access to the Undo button when they unintentionally erase a message after sending it. “a snack bar shows up when an attempt to delete a message for you is detected: in this case, you have a few seconds to recover the message if you previously wanted to delete it for everyone,”.
The undo button will therefore display right away when you select the “delete for me” option. You can tap on that if you want to change your actions.
Only a limited number of beta testers have access to the feature as of yet.
To use WhatsApp, you must update to the most recent beta version, which can be found in the Play Store. Installing the most recent beta does not make the snack bar show when you use “delete for me,” which indicates that your WhatsApp account is still ineligible for the feature.
However, there is no need to be concerned. Do not fear; WhatsApp will expand access to the feature’s beta testers in the upcoming days.