Over the years, WhatsApp has been known for its dedication to ensuring user convenience by introducing user-friendly features to improve their experience.
Maintaining this stand, the American instant messaging service is reportedly working on the ability to attach a caption to a document for a future update and also testing edit messages features.
WhatsApp Document Caption Feature
According to WaBetaInfo, the new WhatsApp document caption feature is still under development but will be released soon. WaBetaInfo disclosed this today in a post revealing that the American instant messaging service is working on a new feature that allows users to attach a caption to a document for a future update of the app.
WaBetaInfo got the info about the upcoming WhatsApp document caption feature when the social media service rolled out a new update through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 18.104.22.168.
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Currently, users can only add a caption to images, videos, and GIFs, and it is impossible to attach it to a document. However, when this feature is finally released, users can share a document with a caption.
Likewise, with the document caption feature, WhatsApp users can find their documents quickly if they remember the caption since it will be possible to search for documents by entering the caption within the search text field.
WhatsApp Editing Messages Feature
Over the years, the American instant messaging service has been working hard to add an edit messages feature to its platform, but it hasn’t achieved it yet. Microsoft and LinkedIn likes were known for editing messages features long ago.
However, as we just discovered in a tweet from the popular, reliable leaker, the social media service is testing an edit messages feature on its platform. The leaker shared an image of the upcoming testing features. Unfortunately, he didn’t disclose many details about the feature, but we expect to see it soon. Follow TechGenyz for more latest tech news.