"Starting today, we are launching a feature where you can easily remove your message on Messenger - whether it's to one person or a group", it said. Unfortunately, it only gives you up to 10 minutes to delete the message.
Whether Facebook was actually testing that feature or it was simply announced so Facebook could avoid the tricky conversation about why Zuckerberg's old messages were suddenly gone is unknown, but regardless, it's here for us know.
Recipients will receive a text alert telling them that something was deleted from the chat, and recipients can still see and read the messages you've "unsent" via that notification.
To do this, tap on the message you'd like to retract and and select 'Remove for Everyone'.
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In the meantime, try to not send anything too stupid. Once the story began to spread, Facebook confirmed that the CEO's messages expired after a set amount of time, explaining that this was a security measure in response to the Sony email hacks of 2014. So, if you were hoping to clear out your cringeworthy chat history from years back, you're going to be out of luck.
This is an option that has always been rumored, and even began a rollout at one point, because reports came out that higher up execs at Facebook had the option and the public began to pressure the company to give everyone the same feature.
Mark Zuckerberg regards the integration as a personal project and it will take place next year, it's claimed.
"We're working on making more of our messaging products end-to-end encrypted and considering ways to make it easier to reach friends and family across networks", a spokesperson told media.