Social networking giant Facebook is looking forward to using the popular WhatsApp feature in its Messenger app. Recently, Facebook confirmed that it is testing to add the ‘unsend’ feature on its Messanger app on Android and iOS. Now, according to a report, the company has started rolling out the feature.
TechCrunch reported that Facebook has started rolling out the unsend feature in its Messanger app. The first countries that will receive the feature include Poland, Colombia, Bolivia, and Lithuania.
The feature will allow users to delete any messages that they have sent mistakenly. In order to unsend a sent message user simply hold on the message and after that select the “Remove For Everyone” option. Then the message will be deleted for both sender and the recipient.
Whatever, Facebook will store the message for sometime in order to check the message and report in case they find something unethical or related to harassment.
The user will get a window of 10 minutes after sending the message to unsend it. If you miss the window then you will not allow to unsend the message sent mistakenly. Facebook thinks a 10 minutes window is more than enough to unsend a message that is sent mistakenly.
Last week, Facebook has launched a video app, Lasso. The app allows users to create and share short videos via special effects and filters. The app includes video editing tools that allow users to add music and text to the video.
The new video app of Facebook is now available both Android and iOS. Users can log in this app with their Instagram or Facebook accounts and the share their videos from this app to their Facebook Stories.
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