Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Facebook Messenger's unsend feature is coming soon

Facebook Messenger's unsend feature is coming soon

"Coming soon: Remove a message from a chat thread after it's been sent".

You'll have to notice the mistake pretty quickly if you want it erased from the digital world; but nevertheless, it's possible now.

"Remove a message from a chat thread after it's been sent".

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Well don't worry, because Mark Zuckerberg has come to the rescue.

One of Gmail's best features is the ability to unsend emails.

Soon you'll be able to delete your Facebook Messenger messages.

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While the 10-minute window is rather unforgiving, the new feature will nonetheless be a welcome addition, although no specific time frame for the rollout has been announced.

Facebook will soon roll out a feature on its Messenger service users have always been calling for. Maybe you sent a picture to someone you didn't want to.

According to BusinessInsider, the new feature was spotted in the release notes for the newest Messenger update, but for now it's still listed as "coming soon".

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Currently, the Messenger app allows senders to delete sent messages, but deleted messages will still be available to the users on the receiving end. It's unclear at this time whether the feature will work both on mobile and on desktop, but it would make sense for Facebook to offer the same messaging experience across platforms.

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