How to delete sent messages on WhatsApp

How to delete sent messages on WhatsApp

WhatsApp messages delete feature has been into rumors now for more than half an year, but till now, we have no cool response from the WhatsApp team. But suddenly, out of nowhere, a new feature named, "Delete for Everyone", is out not for some of the WhatsApp users for testing purposes. This feature would work on both WhatsApp and Windows as well as for iOS Operating systems. The recall feature is already available in other popular chat apps like Telegram, Viber, and others, and WhatsApp is finally looking to make it available to its billion daily active users as well. So, let's get some more information and also how to delete the sent messages from WhatsApp:

 

How this "Delete for Everyone" feature works?

  • It only works if both the recipient and sender have the latest version of WhatsApp installed, the site notes, and it also works on Web version.
  • It also only works within 7 minutes of sending the message - after that, the message can't be recalled.
  • Deleted messages will be replaced by "This message was deleted for everyone." Based on the initial report, the sent message will be deleted from the chat page as well as from the notifications pane.
  • The recall feature is already available in other popular chat apps like Telegram, Viber, and others, and WhatsApp is finally looking to make it available to its billion daily active users as well.

 

How to use WhatsApp "Delete for Everyone" feature:

This feature will be called 'Delete for Everyone' and several users have started noticing the feature in the latest WhatsApp version when they press the trash icon. Alongside Delete for Everyone, users will also see the Delete for Me option, if they only want to delete the message from their phone.

Working:

It adds that the rollout is slow and it may take some time. As we already mentioned, the feature will only work for both the parties if the sender and recipient are using the latest WhatsApp version. The feature is said to work for all kinds of messages on the most widely used instant messaging app. The report says it will work for all texts, images, videos, GIFs, voice messages, contact, files, location, quoted message, and status replies on WhatsApp.

 

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