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23 May, 2023
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The company announced the launch in a recent blog post.

The feature comes as a welcome addition for those who have ever sent a message with a typo or wanted to provide additional information after hitting the send button.

According to WhatsApp, users will now have up to 15 minutes to edit their messages after sending them.

To access the editing feature, users simply need to long-press on the message they wish to edit and select the "Edit" option from the menu. This functionality gives users the freedom to correct simple misspellings, clarify information, or add important context to their messages.

When a message is edited, it will be marked with a label that says "edited," ensuring that recipients are aware that the message has been modified. However, the edit history itself will not be displayed, preserving the privacy and integrity of the conversation.

As with all personal messages, the content, including edits, will be protected by WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption.

The message editing feature is gradually rolling out to users worldwide and is expected to be available to everyone in the coming weeks.