For a long time people have been waiting for the edit button on different social media platforms. WhatsApp is also working on the edit button. Meanwhile, it is reported that soon users will get the option of edit button on Facebook Messenger as well. Actually, many times the message gets mistyped on these apps due to which either the person feels embarrassed or he has to work hard again to send the message.
To end all this problem, Meta is going to provide edit option in its platform. Although Meta has not officially given any information about this feature, but developer and reverse engineer Alessandro Palluzzi has shared a screenshot in which it can be seen that Meta is testing this feature.
#Facebook #messenger is working on the ability to edit messages 👀 pic.twitter.com/5wSQW0jXn9
— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) February 22, 2023
On the other hand, WhatsApp is also testing the edit button on its platform. After testing, it will be released to some beta testers first and then this option will be live for iOS users. Under the new feature, after sending the message, iOS users will be able to edit that message for the next 15 minutes. Note, you will only be able to edit the text message and not the media caption.
Will get blue tick by paying money
Recently, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced paid verification for Facebook and Instagram. That is, now like Twitter, people can get Blue Tick by paying money on Instagram and Facebook as well. After giving money on Facebook, people will also have to give a government ID, after which their account will be verified. Meta has started paid subscription in Australia and New Zealand. Here people will have to spend $ 11.99 for web and $ 14.99 for iOS and Android mobiles every month.
Let us tell you, Twitter charges Rs 650 per month from web users and Rs 900 per month from iOS and Android users for Twitter Blue in India. The company provides many facilities to the Twitter Blue user as compared to the normal account.
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