WhatsApp Status Updates: WhatsApp already gives users the ability to delete their status updates. However, the new Undo button speeds up this process by allowing users to quickly access the Undo button.
WhatsApp is operating on attaching a number of unique features to its platform. We recently learned that a messaging app owned by Facebook works with Undo and Redo buttons to edit images shared on its platform. The company is said to be working on a similar button for WhatsApp status updates.
According to the WABetaInfo report, this is indeed the case, and that WhatsApp is actually working on a cancel button for status updates. As a reminder, WhatsApp status updates are similar to Instagram stories. They disappear automatically after 24 hours. The popular messaging app is currently working on a feature that will help users quickly remove a status update that might have been posted accidentally.
The WhatsApp function screenshot provided by the post shows that the Cancel button will appear on the opposite side of the Status sent button, and therefore will be quickly accessible to users who may have accidentally shared or shared a status update. Updating status without proper editing. At the top of the Undo button, users will get the usual Camera and Edit buttons to make changes to the state before submitting.WhatsApp updated
It’s worth noting that WhatsApp already gives users the ability to delete their status updates. However, the new Undo button speeds up this process by allowing users to quickly access the Undo button. The blog site states that “when you delete/cancel a status update, you can even follow the deletion process right now: upon completion, WhatsApp will inform you that you have deleted the status update.”
WhatsApp’s Cancel button to update status is available as part of WhatsApp Android beta 126.96.36.199. However, certain beta testers may be able to access this feature in WhatsApp Android beta 188.8.131.52, Interestingly, the update came the day after WhatsApp released payment stickers for WhatsApp Payments users.