This morning we woke up with a new controversy related to the well-known social network: Mark Zuckerberg and some managers have eliminated their conversations in Facebook chat . A new twist to the image of the compñaía, although it seems that the commotion that has been mounted has had an unexpected effect: very soon we can delete messages from Facebook Messenger as it happens with WhatsApp.
Currently we can delete messages from Facebook Messenger, but only for us because the person who has received them still has them in their inbox. For now. And is that after the controversy generated by the decision of Facebook to eliminate the messages of the CEO of the company and some managers, have decided to sell us the bike that this has been a kind of test and that The erase mode of Facebook Messenger messages will reach all users.
He has been a manager of the company who has informed that “They have been discussing this feature for some time” and that after allowing the Messenger encrypted version send messages that are available for a limited time, now they want to make “The function of deleting messages arrives more broadly” . Come on, we can delete messages from Facebook Messenger as it happens with WhatsApp .
The problem came when several users complained about the fact that Mark Zuckerberg and some executives of the social network had this function that is not available to other users. Not to mention the violation of Facebook rules. And it seems that the complaint is going to have its fruits.
Although Facebook has stated that the option to delete messages from Facebook Messenger will reach all users of the social network, It will take a while so we must have patience until this new feature reaches the Facebook chat.
In addition to promising the arrival of this function to all users of Facebook Messenger the company has also promised that they are not going to eliminate more messages from their managers , in addition to apologizing for not having enabled the possibility of deleting messages from Facebook Messenger before. More if we take into account that your other star messaging application, WhatsApp, does have the ability to eliminate sent messages, although for now for a limited time.