Hopefully this leads to a serious decrease in the amount of people waking up with the fear as a result of a stupid message sent the night before.
Facebook will soon allow Messenger users to delete sent messages within 10 minutes of sending them. The note states that users will be able to remove a message within 10 minutes of sending it "if you accidentally send the wrong photo, incorrect information or message the wrong thread".
Well don't worry, because Mark Zuckerberg has come to the rescue.
Users of the popular messaging site and app will be given the opportunity to delete a message after it has been sent.
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Whether it's reaching out to an ex in a moment of weakness or making a poor emoji choice, many of us have hit "send" on a message only to regret it seconds later.
Ten minutes seems like a reasonable time period.
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. It doesn't actually send the email until it passes that buffer time. Both apps are owned by Facebook. This gives the recipient the opportunity to read the messages, even if you decide to take it back within the timeframe its eligible to be "unsent".