WhatsApp tests Undo Deleted Messages, Double Verification
Popular chat messaging application ‘WhatsApp’ is testing a new undo feature for the deleted WhatsApp chat messages. This feature will be ideal for users who accidentally pressed delete for me instead of the Delete for Everyone option thereby allowing them to retrieve the message.
WhatsApp bet track WABetaInfo’s report states that once the user deletes a message, a pop-up bar including the undo option will be displayed to the user. The user will have to tap on the undo button to retrieve the deleted message. Undo feature was first spotted in WhatsApp’s Android beta version 22.214.171.124; however, currently not visible to testers.
Besides, Undo Deleted Messages feature, WhatsApp is also testing the double verification security feature, including a new splash screen for Android 12, and increasing the max file size upload limit to 2GB.
WhatsApp’s double verification feature will ask users for a 6-digit code whenever they register on a different device. This feature will tighten the security of the WhatsApp accounts and minimize account theft.
As we said before, WhatsApp is working on increasing the file-sharing size limit to 2GB from the existing 100MB limit. This feature will help users to share large media files and documents effortlessly.
Last but not the least, WhatsApp is restoring its original splash screen by disabling the Android 12-generated splash screen.
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