Snapchat will finally join most of its fellow messaging apps and allow users edit their chats. The feature, which will be rolled out “soon,” will initially be limited to Snapchat+ subscribers, the company said.

With the change, Snapchat users will have a five-minute window to paraphrase their message, fix typos or otherwise edit their chats. Messages that have been edited will have a label indicating that the text has been changed. The company didn’t say when the feature might be available to more of its users, but the company often makes sought-after features available first in its subscription service. Snap announced last week that Snapchat+, which costs $3.99 a month, has arrived subscribers.

The app also adds several non-exclusive features, including updated emoji reactions for chats, the ability to use the My AI assistant to set reminders, and AI-generated teams for Bitmoji. Snap also showed off a new AI lens that transforms users’ selfies into 1990s-themed snapshots (just don’t look too closely at the wireless headphones in many of the images.)