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  • Messenger Rooms could be Facebook's answer to Clubhouse

    Messenger Rooms could be Facebook's answer to Clubhouse

    Based on a tweet by Twitter user @alex193a, it seems that Facebook is currently working on Live Audio and Audio rooms which could be Facebook’s answer to Clubhouse. With that in mind, it may soon be possible for users to host their own private audio rooms similar to Clubhouse in the near future.

  • Facebook network is down, affecting FB Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram as well

    Facebook network is down, affecting FB Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram as well

    Update: Facebook, FB Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram were down for an hour. It seems that all is good now

    If you are experiencing horrible Internet experience on Facebook, you're not alone. It appears that Facebook is not functioning properly since 10 AM this morning and many people from around the world are reporting the same thing. 

  • Facebook, Messenger and Instagram are reportedly down

    Facebook, Messenger and Instagram are reportedly down

    It looks like FacebookMessenger, and Instagram are having some technical difficulties right now. Many users have complained about not able to send and receive messages through the platforms. Not just in Malaysia, other countries such as the United Kingdom, France, and Australia are facing the same problem as well.

  • Instagram and Messenger chats will be combined in a new update that Facebook pushed

    Instagram and Messenger chats will be combined in a new update that Facebook pushed

    Based on a statement by The Verge, it seems that Facebook has recently pushed out an update which allows users to have both their Messenger and Instagram chat to be combined together, allowing you to chat with users on either platform. While not much is known in regards to which Facebook-owned social media platform they plan on merging next.

  • Facebook may be working on integrating Messenger and WhatsApp together

    Facebook may be working on integrating Messenger and WhatsApp together

    "A cross-platform between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, you say?" Yes, it looks like this is going to happen and it's currently in development as we speak. This was discovered by @Alex193a, a reverse engineer when he was checking out some codes inside Messenger, showcasing many "whats_app" files.

  • Facebook is looking to add security protection for Messenger inbox

    Facebook is looking to add security protection for Messenger inbox

    If you're paranoid about your Facebook inbox messages being seen, then you'll probably like what the company is currently testing. Facebook is reportedly testing a new feature that lets you add some security to the Messenger app. Specifically, it's said that the company is working on allowing you to add another layer of protection over your inbox.

  • Facebook introduces Messenger Rooms which supports up to 50 people

    Facebook introduces Messenger Rooms which supports up to 50 people

    It seems that Facebook has recently unveiled a new feature called Messenger Rooms, which allows up to 50 participants to video call at the same time. But that’s not all, Facebook has also highlighted that participants who are keen on joining the Messenger Room do not necessarily need a Facebook account in order to join.

  • Facebook Messenger Desktop version now available on macOS and Windows

    Facebook Messenger Desktop version now available on macOS and Windows

    With the on-going Movement Control OrderFacebook have announced some good news for all the people working at home. If you happen to use Facebook Messenger a lot, the company are launching a Messenger app for both macOS and Windows users. But hold on, what's the difference between this Messenger app and the browser? 

  • You now need a Facebook account to sign up to Facebook Messenger

    You now need a Facebook account to sign up to Facebook Messenger

    When Facebook Messenger was first introduced, it allowed users to sign up for an account by using their phone number. Surprisingly, Facebook has made changes to Messenger, which now requires new users to have a Facebook account in order to sign up for the service based on a statement by venturebeat.

  • Be one with the Force with new Star Wars themed features on Facebook Messenger

    Be one with the Force with new Star Wars themed features on Facebook Messenger

    Facebook has announced that they will be introducing several Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker-themed features, on Facebook Messenger from today onwards. The new features allow you to express yourself via limited edition chat theme, reactions, stickers and more.