WhatsApp will allow users to edit messages, for up to 15 minutes after sending them, the popular chat app announced in a blog post on Monday.
The feature will allow users to correct misspellings, add more details or otherwise change what they have sent to friends, family and coworkers.
The ability to edit messages has started rolling out to people worldwide and will be available to all users in coming weeks, according to the company owned by Facebook parent Meta.
To fix a text, press and hold the sent message and pick “edit.” After the changes, it will then display “edited,” but those receiving the message won’t be able to see the edit history, WhatsApp says.
Apple last year revealed the ability to edit and unsend iMessages between iPhones in a system upgrade. Those on the receiving end see that a message was unsent and the edit history, the company said.