WhatsApp's New 'Withdraw Message' Feature Might Just Save Your Life
Fighting the good fight.
BY Finlay Renwick | Dec 21, 2016 | Technology
If you're the sort of person who is partial to sinking a couple of cold ones on a Friday night before deciding that it's high time your ex heard from you again, then news of WhatsApp's latest feature will be sweet music to your foolish ears.
That's right, you'll finally be able to edit sent messages, as well as revoke ones all together if you've really had a shocker.
As reported in Gadgets 360, the feature is currently only available in WhatsApp's iPhone beta version, and is said to be disabled by default. Meaning that you'll have to turn it on manually before your reckless texting streak can commence.
The upcoming feature to edit or revoke sent message will work by holding your finger down on a sent message. However, the feature to fully revoke is likely to work only if the recipient of your digital dismay hasn't seen the message. Those dreaded blue ticks.
So far there's only word on this being available for iPhone users, meaning those with Androids will still need to tap with care, which you should probably be doing anyway.
And definitely, definitely no dick pics. Unless they're asked for.
From: Esquire UK