Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Everybody must know Everything about Facebook Messenger

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Everybody must know Everything about Facebook Messenger 



Messenger, an instant messaging service owned by Facebook, can do a lot more than sending text. Following are the acquisition of Beluga, a group messaging app, Facebook launched Messenger in August 2011. Although it is owned and operated by Facebook, the app and website are different from Facebook.

You must not be on Facebook's website or even a Facebook account to use Messenger. When you keep a Facebook account, both are partially connected, but you do not have to be one to use Messenger.

How to access Facebook Messenger:



Messenger can be used on Messenger computers with Facebook on your computer or accessed by the Mobile Messenger app on Android and iOS devices. Because Messenger works on iPhones, it also works on Apple Watch.

Even though the Messenger website is easily available on your computer through your Facebook account and mobile app, but you can install add-ons in some browsers that are designed to make it easy to use. These add-ons are not the official Facebook app. They are third party extensions which non-Facebook developers release for free. For example, Firefox users can place Messenger on the edge of their screen and can use it on other websites, in the split-screen fashion, for Facebook Add-ons with Messenger.

Facebook Messenger Features:



There are so many features in messenger. The fact is that you do not have a Facebook account to use Messenger, it means that these allowances are also available to those people who have not signed up for Facebook or have closed their accounts.

Send text, pictures and videos:



At its core, Messenger is a texting app for both one-on-one and group messages, but it can also send images and videos. Messenger includes lots of built-in emoji, stickers and GIFs that you can find out exactly what you want send.

In order to see some useful small features included in Messenger, its typing indicator is when the person is writing something, when the message was sent, one more, most recently read for receipts, read receipts and timestamps.

Like Facebook, Messenger gives you feedback on both the website and the app.

Something about sharing images and videos via Messenger is that the app and website gather all the media files so that you can easily shift through them.

If you are using Messenger with your Facebook account, then any private Facebook message is displayed in Messenger. You can remove the collection along with these texts and can hide the message at any time to hide or show it from continuous view.

Voice or video call:


Messenger supports audio and video calls from both the mobile app, desktop messenger website and Facebook site. Where as, the phone icon is for audio calls, while the camera icon makes face-to-face video calls.

If you are using messenger calling features on Wi-Fi, you can use the app or website to make free internet phone calls.

Send money:



Messenger is a simple way to send money to people using information from your debit card. You can do this from both website and mobile app.

To send money or send money to the app, use the money send button in the computer, or send a text to it, and then click on the price to pay the money or to open a prompt to make a request. You can also add a small memo in the transaction so that you can remember what it is for.

Play the game:



Messenger lets you play games inside the app or Messenger.com website, while in group message too. These games have been made so that you do not have to download any other app or go to another website to start playing with the other Messenger user.

Share your location:



Instead of using a dedicated app to show someone where you are, you can let recipients follow your location for an hour with Messenger's built-in location-sharing feature, which only works from mobile apps .

More features in Facebook Messenger:

Although Messenger does not have a calendar, it lets you create event reminders via a reminder button on the mobile app. Another obvious way to do this is to send a message that contains a reference, and the app automatically asks you if you want to make a reminder about that message.

From inside a message in the mobile app, Messenger lets you request a ride from your Lyft or Uber account.



The name of the group message can be customized, as the message may have the nickname of the people. The color theme of each conversation thread can be further modified.

Audio clips can be sent through messenger if you want to send messages without text or make a full audio call.

On a per-conversation basis, notifications can be turned off by the desktop version of the messenger and through mobile apps for the specified hours or completely.

Add new Messenger contacts by conecting your phone or your Facebook friends. There is also a custom scan code that you can catch from within the app and share it with others, which can later scan your code to add you to your messenger immediately.
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