Snapchat users can delete messages even after they’ve been viewed

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    In order to delete a message, go to the message or conversation where the item in question was sent. Long press on the message or media (sticker, audio or video, etc.) and tap “Delete.” The message will be gone, and friends in the individual or group conversation will be alerted that a message was deleted.

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/11/snapchat-users-clear-chats-delete-messages/

    If no one has viewed the message, then you’re set. However, this feature will, of course, not be able to delete screen shots, so it’s always a good idea to take care with what you send to people. Still, this is a nice feature that gives you a little more control over your Snaps. It will roll out around the world over the next few weeks.

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