Telegram Introduces Selective Message Copying Feature

Telegram Messenger is making it even more convenient for users to interact with their messages. With the latest update, users can now select and copy individual parts of any message, enabling seamless searching and sharing of specific information such as addresses and contact details.

This new feature empowers Telegram users to extract and utilize relevant content from messages with ease. Whether it’s copying an address to share with friends or saving contact information for future reference, the selective copying capability streamlines the process and enhances user efficiency.

Gone are the days of copying entire messages or manually jotting down important details. With the ability to selectively copy specific parts of messages, Telegram users can quickly access the information they need without the hassle of unnecessary text or irrelevant content.

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This update underscores Telegram’s commitment to continuously improving the user experience and providing innovative features that simplify everyday communication. Users can now search, share, and utilize specific information from messages with greater efficiency and convenience.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates from Telegram as it continues to refine and enhance its messaging platform, delivering a seamless and user-centric experience for its growing community.

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