Facebook Messenger has got some remarkable updates which can overwhelm you as a messenger user. For the last couple of months, users shave starting questioning over two standalone apps for Facebook. This time, to surprise you, Facebook has rolled out some new and amazing features. It has added some new button for “Home,”Birthday” and for some “favourite sections.”
The all new Facebook messenger interface will leave you speechless because it is designed as exactly what you wanted it to be. Few recent messages will be shown at the top of the screen while new “favourite sections” follow.
Do you have any idea what the “favourite section” is??
It is nothing but a bunch of people’s message you interact most.
New birthday reminder is just awesome. It will encourage you to say him or her “HAPPY BIRTHDAY.” The new Active Now” feature shows which are available online.
Messenger always thrive to present something cool and relevant. The app now has an inbuilt “search” option which let users search anything in messages. Before it, it was very tough to find anything from millions of chats!
Taking a 1st stab at reinventing the inbox, meet your new home on Messenger pic.twitter.com/XLzz6FWxYd
— David Marcus (@davidmarcus) June 16, 2016
In a blog post, team of Facebook Messenger announced-
Up until now, most inbox experiences haven’t kept up with the new ways people connect. So, we’ve been thinking about how we can make it simpler and easier to find what you want to start a conversation.
Facebook’s Messenger app has recently received an important but most awaited feature which reintroduced support for conventional “SMS” messages inside the app. The company has thumbed up that this new feature will be available via an update to all Android users globally within a month.
Facebook’s Tweets on these Features’ Update
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Get all your messages in one place on Android starting today! SMS on steroids come to Messenger pic.twitter.com/mpnfSyyEQB
— David Marcus (@davidmarcus) June 14, 2016