WhatsApp beta gets revoke feature, font shortcuts

WhatsApp beta gets revoke feature, font shortcuts

It seems that the tests provide positive feedback, WhatsApp is going to include all the features for the users in their future updates. The instant messaging app is likely to bring new feature for the users which will make messaging more convenient. In his tweet, WhatsApp Web version 0.2.4077 is said to have received the "unsend" feature that allows you to revoke any sent message within 5 minutes. But, now it's time for this feature to see some light. However, the rumor mill is again churning and the revoking feature has now surfaced in a beta version of WhatsApp's web version. One can find this information on the WhatApp beta twitter account.

The messaging app has always been rumoured to be working on an "unsend" option for messages, which would allow users to delete messages they've already sent.

A new beta version of WhatsApp for Android, meanwhile, introduces new shortcuts for formatting text. By upgrading to this version, we can select the text before sending and change the font to bold or italic.

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Shelby Miller and Corbin, who beat the Indians in the first and third game of this season, were a combined 8-27 last season. The win improved the Diamondbacks to 6-1, matching the best seven-game start in franchise history, set in 2000.

The feature gives you three options: pass the number to either all contacts, or only the contacts you have chatted with, or not to pass the new number to any of your contacts at all.

To our dismay, the revoke feature is now disabled (or hidden) and not accessible to all.

To make text bold, they have to place it between two asterisks, like *this*. WhatsApp is trying to ease this transition, and is testing a feature that will notify your friends and family about your number change for you.

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