Snapchat will soon let you edit your messages after sending

Snap is launching a slew of new features in , including the ability to already sent messages allowing you to rectify a “your” vs. “you're” typo or other embarrassing errors. Snapchat is also getting emoji reactions, map reactions, and a new AI-powered reminders function.

The edit message feature does have a short window: you need to act within five minutes of sending — and only if the recipient has not yet opened it. Snap says the feature will come “first” to Snapchat Plus subscribers — a decision that echoes the same feature paywall on Elon Musk's Twitter Blue (now called X Premium) established more than a year ago.

Snapchat is also getting new AI features to go along with Snap's OpenAI-powered My AI chatbot it added last year. You can ask My AI to remember important deadlines, and it will set up a countdown so you won't forget. Additionally, Snap will now let you generate custom clothes for your Bitmoji using AI, and AI Lenses will let you create a Polaroid-style '90s version of yourself just by providing a selfie.

If Bitmojis are not your thing, Snapchat will now let you send regular-ass emoji reactions to messages, too. And if that's not enough reactions in a day for you, you can now send a reaction to friends who share their location to Snap when you pass by them during a commute or when they reach work — just don't do that while you're driving. These new Snapchat features are available now, while the editable messages for plus subscribers are “coming soon.”

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