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To enable the features, WhatsApp can easily send a server-side command which would enable them.
Unfortunately, this feature has also been disabled in the latest beta but it may make its way into the public release eventually.
After recalling a message, the intended recipient will see a “message recalled” notification instead of the original message.
According to the twitter account, these features aren’t enabled in the latest beta; however, they are both tucked away into the code which means that these could see release soon.
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WhatsApp Beta updated with GIF search panel and many hidden features
WhatsApp today released a new update for the WhatsApp Beta app on Windows Phone, taking it to version 2.17.32 .
Most of these features are hidden in the app and not activated yet, but should appear in new beta versions soon.
GalleryIf you are interested in trying out the new update, you can get the WhatsApp Beta app from the Windows Store below.
The update makes the GIF Search feature, which was hidden in earlier versions, available for users to test.
Users are now able to search for GIFs in a special panel, select and edit them, and then post them to users.
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But for many WhatsApp users with an itchy send finger, that day can’t happen soon enough.via Mobigyaan
Two new features appear to be on the way to WhatsApp if a couple of leaked images are to be believed.
One of these features is called “recall,” and allows users to call back a message already sent but not read.
So while this isn’t anything new, it doesn’t make edit and recall any less useful to WhatsApp users.The images that accompany this story are supposedly from the Android Beta for WhatsApp.
As long as the message wasn’t opened, you can tap on recall and have it returned to you unread.It also appears that a new “edit” feature will allow WhatsApp users to edit a message that has been sent but not yet read.
collected by :Joya Sofi