Users can also remove messages just for yourself, you can do so anything by selecting "Remove for You". The best you can do is delete the message from your own chat window.
Now, you can delete it for everyone, but there's a slight catch: you have to do it within ten minutes of sending it.
The feature is handy in the event you mistype something or accidentally send the wrong photo to a friend.
European Union nations recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader
Long-time backers Russian Federation and China are among at least nine nations that have declared their support for Maduro. Asked about USA threats to weigh in by force, Duncan said "there has been no mention whatsoever of military intervention".
Rumors about this update began swirling almost a year ago, in the wake of the discovery that company CEO Mark Zuckerberg has had the ability in the past to delete his messages regardless of their sending date.
Lionel MESSI double secures draw for FC Barcelona against Valencia
Messi , 31, injured his thigh during the weekend's draw with Valencia and was unable to train on Monday. We expect the best version of Madrid on Wednesday, as we have seen in recent weeks".
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.
By the end of 2018, that number had grown to 2.32 billion people, meaning that more than half the world's online population is using the platform dreamed up by a teenager in his college dorm room. To do this, users need only to tap the message once and select "Remove for Everyone". Once "removed", the message will not reappear in the draft space. Then forever after you look back on the event with that painful shudder of humiliation. Well, fortunately it's really easy - considering you don't have long to get that messaged wiped. In it, the social media giant notes you can now remove any message that you've previously typed from a text. This, after Facebook co-founder/CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly already had the Messenger unsend capability at his disposal, as pointed out by CNBC. Florencia Herra-Vega, the CTO of encrypted messaging app Peerio, told Business Insider via message.
Oil slips below $62 on rise in US inventories
Global benchmark Brent crude dropped almost 1% to $61.39 a barrel while WTI futures were down more than 1% at $53.12 a barrel. At 447.2 million barrels, the EIA said , us crude oil inventories are still above the seasonal average but not by much.