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  • WhatsApp users can now unsend messages
  • WhatsApp users can now unsend messages
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WhatsApp users can now unsend messages

Everyone knows the pain of sending a joke text, only to find that it doesn’t seem as good on the screen as it did in your head. Hasty WhatsApp users could soon have the chance to retract their regrettable messages through a delete function that is being trialled.



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