Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Gadgets

Facebook allowed to delete the sent messages at Messenger


It is possible to remove the message within 10 minutes after sending. For this purpose it is necessary to concern it and to choose "to remove" from a pop-up menu. The Facebook company made available to all users of Messenger an opportunity to delete the sent messages, however with certain restrictions. Writes Mashable about it. To remove the message, it is necessary to press twice it on the screen and in a pop-up menu to choose one of options, notes the edition. Also there is an opportunity to remove messages of all participants of correspondence or to hide it only from itself. It was not also without restrictions. So, it is possible to remove the message only within 10 minutes. As it was reported, removal does of Facebook people happier. Removal of the account helped to allocate time for occupations with other things and to reduce the number of heated arguments about policy. Earlier it was reported that Facebook was convicted of what it paid users of Facebook Research VPN service for two years. News from the Correspondent.net in Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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