WhatsApp, the instant messaging application is always adding new features to both their Android and iOS applications. The company recently updated their app for all the platforms with some bug fixes, and it seems like they aren't done yet.
Going by a new video from WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is testing a new feature under their beta channel, which will allow users to edit and revoke the already sent messages. At this point of time, it is still unknown whether WhatsApp will even allow revoking delivered messages, but if a message is revoked from the sender's phone, it will be shown as revoked in the receiver's phone as well.
According to the report, a user can revoke any message, be it text or image or any other file, which is a good thing to see. As of now, the Facebook-owned company is testing the feature only on iOS.
Last month, we reported that WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new status tab feature, same as the Hike's status feature. However, the feature isn't live yet on any of the smartphone platforms. So, these features will take some time to roll out officially, but surely, not by the end of this year.