Now you have longer to delete your WhatsApp messages

iOS Users: WhatsApp Will Now Give You 68 minutes To Delete A Message For Everyone

WhatsApp is silently a adding a new "Block Revoke request" feature to stop misuse of the Delete for Everyone option. The latest WhatsApp version 2.18.31. will extend the time set for reviewing a message sent to a contact, or in a group.

Tap the play button and the video will launch in a floating window.

There are a multitude of reasons why, after sending an "instant message" that you might want to edit, erase, or revoke it.

You can watch the clip while having a conversation on the app and you can even jump between different chats without the clip pausing or closing.

To add these effects to your photos you need to first open a chat with someone.

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WhatsApp has a simple new method to send money without leaving your chat window.

The rollout comes after a beta trial of the new peer-to-peer payment system on almost a million users. It started launching a limited service in India, where it holds over 200 million users. Along with this, the report also suggests that if the phone of the user is switched off during the time the Delete for Everyone' request has been sent out and it remains off for next 24 hours, then the request generated will be considered invalid and the message will remain in the app.

An addition was made to the instant messaging platform to allow the users to delete the message accidentally sent to a wrong contact or a group.

Hitting the Delete symbol and selecting Delete for Everyone will remove the message for good. The post points out that this will make sure no-one can illegally delete messages older than 24 hours for everyone.

Here's how to do it - Go to Settings Account Privacy Last Seen.

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