Users of WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, will be able to edit transmitted messages for up to 15 minutes.
You now have up to 15 minutes after sending a message to make changes, according to a post on Monday by WhatsApp. So if you duck it up, you won’t need to worry.
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, also made the announcement on his own Facebook page.
Messages sent via WhatsApp can now be edited up to 15 minutes after they are delivered.
WhatsApp said last month that users can now access each of their separate accounts on up to four phones.
The 2009-launched WhatsApp, which Zuckerberg’s Meta later purchased, has garnered billions of users worldwide.
Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are all owned by Meta.