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Meta-owned WhatsApp is now working on a new feature that may have a good impact on how we message. The popular messaging app is currently testing an option that will allow people to edit messages after sending them.

According to WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp is reportedly testing an edit option. This will allow you to edit messages after you have sent them, allowing you to easily fix typos and errors in your messages.

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WhatsApp is found to be adding an option to edit messages after they are sent. It would let users rectify mistakes such as typing errors in their messages, without completely deleting them from the chat and writing a fresh text message. Separately, WhatsApp has started supporting different skin tones for message reactions. The new addition is currently a part of the latest WhatsApp for Android beta version and is available to some beta testers at this moment. It may reach the masses once the beta testing gets completed.

According to WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo,the edit button would appear alongside the existing Info and Copy options that come once you long-press a text message on the app.

According to WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp is reportedly testing an edit option. This will allow you to edit messages after you have sent them, allowing you to easily fix typos and errors in your messages.

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WABetaInfo has shared screenshots to show how the edit option would work on WhatsApp.

By selecting Edit from the pop-up menu after long-pressing the text message, users would be able to edit the text, as seen in the screenshots.

With the new Beta version, users can change the skin tone of message reactions on the basis of their last used skin tone in the main emojis list. This means that, for instance, if you have used a dark skin tone for the Folded Hands emoji, the same tone will appear on the Folded Hands reaction.

Let’s see what more does the new updates await.