Write best blogger title for”The company that owns the WhatsApp software said that people can now correct the mistakes they made in the messages they sent, as can be done in other messengers such as Telegram and Signal. The company said that the error could be corrected within 15 minutes after sending the message. WhatsApp is an app owned by Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram.
In the coming weeks, a bug fix will be made available to the two billion people who use WhatsApp around the world. India is the country with the largest number of people who use the software, with 487 million Indians using it. “You can edit the text or add more information to the message; this is an opportunity that will give you the power to control your messages as you want,” said the developers of the software.
The message added that the way to correct the error is to “Click on the message for a few seconds, then select ‘Edit’ from the message that will appear; this can be done within 15 minutes after sending the message.” However, it will be shown to the person to whom the chat is sent that the message has been edited.
But he will not be shown the old information. It was about ten years ago that such a system was created in the Facebook app. At that time, the Facebook company said that it created the system because most of its users access it through their mobile phones, which causes them to make mistakes in writing. Last year, Twitter also introduced a system for correcting mistakes in messages, where corrections can be made within thirty minutes after publishing a message.”