Following the leak, Facebook stated to TechCrunch that it "internally tests" some features and products before launching them, indicating that it is testing Unsend. Now implementing that will not be tough on Facebook, but the company must give users an option to report or flag inappropriate messages that have been retracted.
Facebook revealed in April of this year that some of Mark Zuckerberg's messages on Facebook were deleted from the receivers' inboxes.
Jane Manchun Wong - the fan of reverse engineering who tipped us off about Facebook dating and voice control in Messenger - has unearthed the Unsend option in the Facebook Messenger app. Although sometimes sent to the correct source message has lost relevance and it is easier to delete it to avoid unnecessary discussions and waste of time.
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The new addition to Messenger's options would differ from deleting messages, which only lets you remove them from your side of the conversation; the recipient would still retain a copy of the message on their side. Now you cannot be able to delete messages after you click the "send" button.
The "Unsend" feature could help a lot of users from undoing any mistakes that are made on the platform, especially if any message that was sent carries something which wasn't meant to go through. With the redesigned Messenger app, Facebook is looking to get rid of unnecessary features in favour of something simple, more meaningful. Rather, you will see a note stating that the said message was removed. The feature will work exactly how the delete message work for WhatsApp application.
Instagram has a similar feature. The option is still not available to everyone, in fact only a handful of users have experienced this feature as of now. The newly found evidence shows the new feature is in the making.