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Introducing Message Editing (version 5.92)

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Pro:

Thank you for updating to the latest version of Wickr Pro. In this release, we’re pleased to introduce message editing! Whether you make a lot of typos, changed your mind on your message’s content, or sent the wrong link… message edit allows you to edit in place, meaning your message won’t lose its spot in the message history. Note, some users that are on older versions of Wickr may not receive edits.

Additionally, we’ve also focused on making some improvements to the calling experience.

  • [iOS/Android] We’ve added a participants list to the video conference UI to make it easier to see who is on your call. No more scrolling through avatars!
  • [iOS/Android] If you’re the host of a call, you can now mute all other users from the participants list.
  • [iOS/Android] We’ve made some design changes to the overall calling experience to accommodate these new features (and make room for more upcoming conferencing tools in the future!)
  • [iOS/Android] In response to user feedback that it’s difficult to use a video conference tool when your phone is up to your ear, we’ve defaulted audio to default to speakerphone when no external headphone device is in use.
  • [Desktop] Users can now select a specific application window to share instead of their whole desktop.
  • [iOS] Fixed an issue where the search UI could break when navigating from the “Show All” modal
  • [Android] Fixed an issue where link previews could display out of order in a message.
  • [Desktop] Some copy changes to the welcome message and broadcast call experience.

Me:

Thank you for updating to the latest version of Wickr Me. In this release, we’re pleased to introduce message editing! Whether you make a lot of typos, changed your mind on your message’s content, or sent the wrong link… message edit allows you to edit in place, meaning your message won’t lose its spot in the message history. Note, some users that are on older versions of Wickr may not receive edits.

[Mobile] Additionally, we’ve also focused on making some improvements to the calling experience.

  • [iOS/Android] We’ve added a participants list to the video conference UI to make it easier to see who is on your call. No more scrolling through avatars!
  • [iOS/Android] If you’re the host of a call, you can now mute all other users from the participants list.
  • [iOS/Android] We’ve made some design changes to the overall calling experience to accommodate these new features (and make room for more upcoming conferencing tools in the future!)
  • [iOS/Android] In response to user feedback that it’s difficult to use a video conference tool when your phone is up to your ear, we’ve defaulted audio to default to speakerphone when no external headphone device is in use.
  • [iOS] Fixed an issue where the search UI could break when navigating from the “Show All” modal
  • [Android] Fixed an issue where some Wickr Pro users were labeled as Wickr Me users.

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