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Now the company has released an updated version of its app, which allows users to edit messages after they’ve been sent.
“Simply tap and hold on a message, then press ‘Edit’. If you’re on desktop, press the up arrow button to edit your last message. The messages will display a small ‘edited’ label so that it’s easy to tell which were altered,” the company explains in its blog.
This will work in both private and group chats.
Other new features includes the ability to “mention any members in a group – even if they don’t have a username,” and a new People List top bar, allowing users to quickly find their most recent correspondents.
Have a look at the full list of updates on Telegram’s blog here.
The app is available on Android, iOS, Windows Phone and as a web app.