One of Gmail's best features is the ability to unsend emails. Made a mistake? Ingen problem, du har fått noen få sekunder til å fjerne det, og sørg for å fikse eventuelle feil før du endelig fjerner det. That's a feature mobile chat apps could certainly use, given that texting plays an even more important part in our lives than email these days. Facebook is about to bring similar unsend functionality to its Messenger application, now that its WhatsApp mobile chat app has it.
As is the case with WhatsApp, time limits will be involved, meaning you will not be able to remove any of de ting du sagde i forbi chats. With WhatsApp, you have one hour to delete mistaken replies, which might come in handy. Messenger is not as forgiving, though. Det vil bare gi deg besked om meldinger i opptil 1
Als u te dronken bent om te realiseren dat u berichten stuurt naar iemand laat in de nacht, bent u waarschijnlijk te drunk om te herinneren dat u 10 hebt minutes to delete them. Men det kan forhindre andre uønskede ulykker, som at sende det forkerte svar til noen. Of course, if the recipient does see the chat when it arrives, deleting it obviously is not going to fix the situation.
Facebook did not announce the feature yet, but The Verge spotted it in The "coming soon" section of the release notes from Messenger for iPhone version 191.0. Men vi vet at funktionen har været i arbejdet siden tilbage i april, efter at have været først spottet i testet sidste måned. It's unclear at this time whether the feature will work both on mobile and on desktop, but it would make sense for Facebook to offer the same messaging experience across platforms.