Snapchat will finally allow you to edit chat messages


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Snapchat will finally join most messaging apps in allowing users to edit their conversations. The company stated that the feature, set to roll out “soon,” will initially be limited to Snapchat+ subscribers.

With this change, Snapchat users will have a five-minute window to rephrase their messages, correct typos, or otherwise edit their conversations.


Edited messages will be labeled to indicate that the text has been changed. The company did not mention when the feature might become available to a wider audience, but it often introduces desired features to its subscription service first.

Last week, Snap announced that Snapchat+, which costs $3.99 per month, had reached 9 million subscribers.

The app also adds several non-exclusive features, including updated emoji reactions for chats and the ability to use My AI assistant to set reminders and AI-generated Bitmoji outfits.

Snap also unveiled a new AI lens that transforms users’ selfie photos into ’90s-inspired shots.


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