You can finally take back your ill-conceived messages on Facebook.
Facebook announced the upcoming feature in the "coming soon" section of its latest rundown detailing what's new in the version of Facebook Messenger on the App Store. The users who had their mailboxes scrubbed of Zuckerberg's texts weren't even informed of the removal. Facebook is about to bring similar unsend functionality to its Messenger application, now that its WhatsApp mobile chat app has it. The Messenger version only allows you ten minutes, which isn't much time to question whether contacting your ex was such a good idea.
It should be noted that this ten-minute window to delete a sent message for both yourself and the recipient is a lot shorter than the one-hour period offered by the Facebook-owned WhatsApp.
One of Gmail's best features is the ability to unsend emails.
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She'll be joined by Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib - also a Muslim and the first Palestinian-American to serve Congress. Another important trend from this year's exits (and any year's) is how gender interacts with race and education.
Bottom line: Great news for people who take their phones with them on nights out: Facebook Messenger's long-talked-about unsend feature is nearly here. So don't forget to double-check your messages-and keep your thumb as far away from the "send" button as possible-before sending something you might regret.
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