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You Can Finally Delete Facebook Messenger Messages, And Here's How

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We've all been there. It's 2 a.m. in the morning and you've sent a message to someone that you immediately regret to the person you like. While some social media platforms like Instagram allow you to delete a drunken message before the person ever sees it, it's a feature that's long been missing from Facebook's Messenger app.    

But worry no longer. On Tuesday, Facebook announced that they'd added a Messenger feature for anyone who has fired off a comment they regretted – a way to take it back. From now on, Messenger users will have a 10-minute window to delete a message, and as long as the person or someone in the group chat doesn't see the message before you delete it, all they'll see is a note telling everyone in a conversation that the remark was removed.