You can read deleted messages on WhatsApp with this feature


WhatsApp’s popular feature ‘Delete for everyone’ can delete your message. Now new information has been revealed that the deleted message can also be read. If the user quotes your message and accepts the message, the message will be clearly visible in the chat. Even if you delete it earlier. It is known that the message sent through WhatsApp’s message deletion feature can be deleted in 7 minutes. After deleting the message, the message received the receiver information that the message has been deleted.

Last year WhatsApp released this feature for its users, so that if the wrong message is left in the wrong group by mistake, the user has the advantage of deleting it. Now ‘The Next Web’ Accordingly, it will now be possible to view deleted messages through quotes. It is said that this is not a bug, but this feature has been introduced. The bottom line is that if you send a message and delete it within 7 minutes and someone sends a reply quoting that message within the same 7 minutes, that message will not be hidden. Interestingly, there is no mention of this feature in WhatsApp FQ.

Number of WhatsApp users per month
According to data released in February, Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has 1.5 billion monthly active users worldwide. Instant messaging service WhatsApp is sending about 60 billion messages every day. Remember, on February 19, 2014, Facebook acquired WhatsApp for ১৯ 19 billion (about ২ 1.22 trillion). This was Facebook’s biggest deal. WhatsApp is used by more than two crore people every month in India.

Can also send money

Recently the UPI feature has been added to WhatsApp. Now users can also make money transactions through WhatsApp. The ‘WhatsApp Payment’ service supports around 20 banks, including UPI, SBI, ICICI, HDFC and Axis Bank. (Read – How to send money from WhatsApp)

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