Facebook Messenger update features
The Facebook Messenger app has received some fascinating upgrades from Meta. Meta has unveiled the Messenger app's Split Payments function, as well as audio features and disappearing messages.
Some of the capabilities revealed by Meta will initially be available only in the United States.
End-to-end encryption, screenshot detection, message reactions, and typing indicators were previously included in Messenger.
Messenger's opt-in end-to-end encrypted chats now include the new functionality.
"We're offering Split Payments on Messenger to everyone in the US who uses an iOS or Android phone," Meta wrote in a blog post announcing the functionality on Messenger.
AS THE NAME IMPLIES, THE SPLIT PAYMENTS FUNCTION WOULD ALLOW USERS TO DIVIDE THEIR PAYMENTS.
We're also implementing settings for recording audio communications and a mode for delivering messages that vanish."
Users will soon be able to send audio messages through Facebook Messenger. Before sending a voice message, Messenger will soon allow users to pause, preview, delete, or continue recording it.
Voice notes, similar to those seen on WhatsApp, will be available in Messenger. Your communications will vanish after they've been seen in Vanish Mode.
Users will also be able to send memes, GIFs, stickers, and replies that will vanish.
Voice messages have now been extended from one minute to 30 minutes on Messenger. As a result, you can now record a whole song as a voice message.
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