WhatsApp may soon bring a new and important features to its apps. Soon, you may be able to revoke messages sent to others on WhatsApp.
The feature has been leaked in screenshots posted from the latest WhatsApp Beta on iOS. When you revoke a message, the message is deleted in the phone of recipients both in groups and in single chats.
As per the source of these screenshots, revoking messages can delete messages that are already read by the recipient. Revoking messages feature can also delete photos and videos in the phone of the recipient.
It is still a Beta feature and may not be available immediately on stable version of the apps.
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