WhatsApp begins testing 'Delete for Everyone' feature

You'll soon be able to unsend that risky text in WhatsApp

"WhatsApp is finally testing the Delete for Everyone feature: the server finally works and it successfully recalls the message". The fan site WABetaInfo, which is testing the new Whatsapp feature, shared this information on Twitter and wrote, "DELETE FOR EVERYONE NEWS!" The "Delete for everyone" feature enables users to wipe out messages before their contacts have read them.

WABetaInfo claim that while the feature now exists and works, it is not currently enabled, although it is expected to be rolled out in the near future.

Reported by WABetaInfo, Android insiders are now testing the feature, with WhatsApp having turned on the dedicated recall server on its end.

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Fair play to you if you've never been guilty, but we don't consider it a stretch to say that most of us have, at one point, sent a text message that we lived to regret shortly afterwards. In essence, the feature essentially blocks the message when it's stuck on the server. The tipster also notes that the feature will also delete messages from the notification centre as well - both on Android and iOS devices. However, if the receiver has already read the message, then the sender would not be able to recall it.

Social Messaging Application WhatsApp might launch a new feature which will make its users happy. As per a recent leak that is doing rounds, the instant messaging app has started testing the "Delete for Everyone" feature.