The latest update of the Telegram messaging app comes with a handy new feature: the ability to ‘undo’ the deletion of chats and chat histories.
In most cases, people regret something they sent in a message, so they’d want to take it back, and in most cases forget all about it. But what if they deleted a chat by accident? Anyone would fully expect it to be gone forever, right?
While that might be true, Telegram is bringing a new update that gives users the ability to get back their deleted messages or chat history! To be able to do so, they will have to move fast. Five seconds is all they get, but at least you can get your messages back.
The update also brings several other changes to Telegram, like the ability for group admins to restrict members from sending messages, or new group permissions within groups. Telegram has also doubled the number of members in a group to 200,000 from 100,000. Finally, the update also brings the option to sort Telegram contacts by name and last time seen, which works on both iOS and Android.
Telegram users on Desktop can now expect support for the ability to automatically download files and music, as well as the ability to choose output devices for Telegram Calls. Finally, the update brings users the ability to choose their own emoji set.
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