Sometimes it is a mistake to send a WhatsApp message to an unwanted person. Many times unintentional things are forgotten and sent in messages. However, these mistakes can be avoided as WhatsApp messages can be deleted. But if you delete a message and forget to delete another message? That’s why many people find ways to recover messages that have been deleted by mistake.
Deleting an unwanted message in a private or group chat just for yourself can also create a bad situation. WhatsApp is testing the feature to recover deleted messages to avoid such situations.
Since June, WhatsApp has been working on a feature to bring back messages that have been accidentally deleted. According to information provided by WABetaInfo, this feature has already reached beta testers of WhatsApp version 18.104.22.168 on Android. Users of some earlier versions also got the option to restore deleted messages. This feature will be rolling out to beta testers in the coming weeks.
After deleting the message, a floating snackbar notification will appear at the bottom of the screen to confirm the deletion of the message. At this time, there will be an Undo button below the WhatsApp chat box through which deleted messages can be brought back. But this snackbar will only be visible for a few seconds.
That means you have to decide whether you want to get back the deleted messages in a short period of time. If you do not press the undo button within this short time, the message will be permanently deleted.
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Many apps already have a similar feature to undo a task. Among them, Gmail’s feature is one of the most used. However, if this feature is added to WhatsApp, the matter will reach a much more advanced stage.
If you forget to delete a message through the Deleted for Me option, you can restore it through Undo and select the Delete for Everyone option. The same process can be followed if you want to retype a message. Overall this feature can come in handy in numerous situations.
This feature is still only in the beta version, which means that it is not certain whether this feature will make it to the public version of WhatsApp. But since this is an important feature and WhatsApp has been experimenting with it for a long time, it can be assumed that WhatsApp can bring this feature to everyone.
It is also possible to recover deleted messages using WhatsApp’s backup feature. You can find out about that from another post in our detail 👉 How to get back deleted messages of WhatsApp.