Until now, these mistakes can not be undone easily as the messages once sent can not be deleted.
The functionality was originally introduced for Facebook executives in 2014, after Sony Pictures' email accounts were hacked.
You will have ten minutes to delete a message after it is sent so act fast!
"If someone is harassing you, for example, or being abusive, and they can go back and modify or delete your conversations and then say they never behaved the way you accuse them of behaving, that's pretty bad!"
The feature is similar to one available to founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, which was first discovered previous year after several users reported messages they have received from the firm's boss had since disappeared. "These included limiting the retention period for Mark's messages in Messenger".
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First, be aware that this method only works as of February 2019 with the latest Facebook Messenger app updates - so it won't work on the desktop Facebook website on your computer.
A Facebook spokesman said: "As of today, Facebook users across the world have more control over their conversations and are able to delete messages within a limited amount of time".
Facebook on Tuesday added a Messenger feature for anyone who has fired off a comment they regretted - a way to take it back. A new unsend feature is now rolling out to Facebook Messenger globally.
The New York Times used one of Facebook's tactics to poke at the social network by sharing a nostalgic anniversary video spotlighting its stumbles.
While the news received mixed responses, Facebook said in a statement to the media that the discussions were just the beginning of a "long process". Florencia Herra-Vega, the CTO of encrypted messaging app Peerio, told Business Insider via message.