Social networking giant Facebook has finally started to launch the popular Whatsapp feature in the Messenger app. Recently, the company has confirmed that it is testing to add the 'edge' feature to its messenger app on iOS and Android. Now, a report shows that the company has started to start this facility.

As reported by TechCrunch, Facebook has started a phased manner ignored facility in its Messenger app. The first wave of countries receiving this facility is included in Columbia, Bolivia, Poland and Lithuania.

The feature will enable users to delete any messages sent by mistake. To cancel the message sent, users will only have to catch the message and then select the "Remove for all" option. After this, the message will be removed for both the sender and the recipient. However, Facebook will keep the message for some time to review and report messages if they feel related to some unethical or harassment.

Users will have a 10-minute window after sending a message to send it. If you remember that window you will not be able to cancel the message sent by mistake. The company thinks a 10 minute window is sufficient to cancel the message sent by mistake.

Last week, Facebook launched a video app called Lasso. The app enables users to create and share small videos using filters and special effects. The app includes video editing tools that enable users to add text and music to the video. 

The new video app from Facebook is available on both Android and iOS and users can login using their Facebook or Instagram accounts and share their videos with their Facebook stories from Lasso.

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