Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

WhatsApp begins testing 'Delete for Everyone' feature

WhatsApp begins testing 'Delete for Everyone' feature

Reported by WABetaInfo, Android insiders are now testing the feature, with WhatsApp having turned on the dedicated recall server on its end.

WhatsApp users would soon be able to recall their messages.

The recall feature is already available on WhatsApp's rival apps like Viber, Telegram and more.

It looks like they'll still get a notification, but it will read "This message was deleted" meaning you'll probably still have to be a little imaginative if they ask what the message was about.

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WhatsApp has introduced a new "delete for everyone" feature that will allow you to remove any dodgy messages - hopefully before anyone has seen it. As per a recent leak that is doing rounds, the instant messaging app has started testing the "Delete for Everyone" feature. The dedicated recall server is now working and successfully deleting messages. Also if the server works, this does not mean that the feature is now enabled.

Also according to a screenshot tweeted by WABetaInfo, deleted messages will also disappear from the Notification Center on both Android and iOS.

With over 1.2 billion monthly active users, WhatsApp is available in more than 50 different languages around the world and in 10 Indian languages.

Lately, WhatsApp had launched a new Status feature, and has recently announced WhatsApp for Business officially.

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