Some rumors are suggesting that its name will be "Video Conference", which suggests that it will allow you to make video calls on WhatsApp with two or more users at the same time.
Once those five minutes are up, the message is there to stay. The feature is available in only the web version of 0.2.4077.
The new feature will allow users to recall or unsent messages they have sent, with some media reporting that users can even edit the sent messages.
We can use that feature to send any most important messages.
If you have noticed, this feature was already available in the app but not as a shortcut.
To our dismay, the revoke feature is now disabled (or hidden) and not accessible to all.
Currently, WhatsApp is testing some interesting new features that might be arriving at our phones sooner than we expect. The screenshot attached in the tweet shows how the unsent message would look like on the web version.
However, this is not the only feature spotted by @WABetaInfo in the beta update being rolled out for the Facebook-owned message platform. That is, one can easily format the text using Bold, italic and strikethrough options provided in that shortcut. Thus, it now seems WhatsApp is looking to simplify this process as well.
Today we will talk about the latest WhatsAppBETA version that has just been released for Android smartphones. To make bold, the user needs to put text in between two asterisks (*), like *this*. The difference can be seen in the tweets attached underneath. These features are now only available in the beta version only.
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