Breakthrough on WhatsApp, you will finally be able to edit a sent message

As of now, WhatsApp will allow the editing of messages once they have been sent. This news was confirmed directly by Mark Zuckerberg, via a post on his Facebook page. 

The main purpose of this feature, as illustrated by the image attached to the post, is to correct typos in messages. 

An obvious example is the change from 'Beast of luck' to 'Best of luck', where a simple change of a letter can significantly change the meaning of a sentence.

The launch of a new function
In a recent move, WhatsApp announced the addition of a new feature that allows users to edit messages after they have been sent. The announcement was made by Mark Zuckerberg himself, via a post on his Facebook page.
The need for the edit function
The main objective of this function, as explained by the image attached to Zuckerberg's post, is to correct spelling mistakes in sent messages. For example, a small change such as going from 'Beast of luck' to 'Best of luck' can significantly alter the meaning of a sentence.
Availability and implementation
Initially, this function will only be available to WhatsApp beta testers, but it is expected that it will gradually be made available to all users. The rollout of the feature will be progressive, and the timing of its release will depend on the version of the app the user has downloaded.
Timing and visibility of changes
Once a message has been sent on WhatsApp, users will have up to fifteen minutes to make changes. However, it is important to note that any changes made will be visible to the recipients of the message. In particular, the changed message will include information on the date and time the change was made.
How to use the new function
To edit a message sent on WhatsApp, users will simply have to hold down on the message and select the 'Edit' option from the menu. This function will facilitate error correction and ensure more precise communication between users.
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