Mark Zuckerberg's push to integrate WhatsApp and other Facebook-owned social media platforms could blur the lines between the popular messaging platforms. And Facebook appears to be doing so through the introduction of new features to begin with. One such example is the option Facebook has given its users to delete messages from the Facebook Messenger app from one person or within a group, much like what WhatsApp users get. The new Facebook option allow users to now delete a message via Messenger by long pressing on a message and clicking on "Remove" > \u201cRemove for Everyone\u201d option. READ ALSO |\u00a0WhatsApp is deleting these accounts; find out if you are safe The company has started releasing this feature on the Messenger app on both Android and iOS, reported Forbes. However, there is a catch. Users have no option but to remove the messages within the time frame of ten minutes of the messages being sent. It is interesting to note that TechCrunch reported in April last year that \u201csome of Mark Zuckerberg\u2019s messages were deleted from the inbox of many of the Messenger users. Facebook had stated the company was \u201climiting the retention period\u201d for Mark Zuckerberg\u2019s messages \u201cfor security reasons.\u201d Then Facebook came to the decision that the company will make the \u201cdelete message\u201d feature available for all users in future. WhatsApp users started using the "unsend" messages after October 2017.