As noted by WABeta Info, the rollout of Delete for Everyone is proving “very slow”.That means the update is yet to reach all Whats App users.Young adults lead the pack with an astonishing average of 109.5 messages sent or received on a normal day, while older users text about a dozen times a day.It's easy to see why texting has become more popular: Your messages are waiting whenever you have a chance to take a glance, they're easy to answer and it's faster to skim texts than listen to voicemail.Whats App also says there’s a chance the person you’ve been chatting to may see your message before you try to revoke it, and that you will not be notified if one of your attempts to use Delete for Everyone is unsuccessful.Despite its limitations, Delete for Everyone is a very handy feature that has the potential to rescue lots of users from embarrassing or awkward situations.For better or worse, we now live in an age when calling someone on the phone and actually hearing a live voice answer the call is increasingly unlikely.
Whats App has introduced its long-awaited “Unsend” feature, but it doesn’t appear to be working for all users yet.
An issue for parents is deciding on how to understand slang and acronyms that they may otherwise think are just jibberish.
Such as ‘PIR’ meaning parents in room, or ‘GNOC’ which means “get naked on camera”….
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