Facebook Announces Major Changes To Messenger App

26 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s day two of Facebook’s annual developers conference, and the social networking giant has already announced Messenger is becoming a massive communications hub where users will be able to do much more than chat with others on the service. “As messenger has grown, we think that this service has the potential to help people express themselves in new ways, to connect hundreds of millions of new people, and to become a really important communications tool for the world.” Zuckerberg also introduced a feature called “Messenger Business” which will let users communicate directly with merchants, make reservations and check shipping information. “Helping people communicate more naturally with businesses I think is going to improve almost every person’s life because its something everyone does,” he says. The social media company announced several new products and features that will launch on its platform soon — all are designed to make it easier for you to communicate with people and businesses. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other executives debuted the slew of platform enhancements during F8, the company’s developer conference, on Wednesday. 1. In the future, when you make a purchase online, you can choose to connect your Facebook account so that companies can send you notifications about what you bought directly in the Messenger app.

If you hate getting multiple emails that confirm your order, tell you when your order has been shipped, and if your returns have been received, you might be happy with this update. 3. Previously, you’d have to close the app, open Giphy, create a GIF, and then copy it into a message. “We truly feel that, together, we have a shot at reinventing how a billion people communicate every day,” said David Marcus, head of the Messenger team at Facebook.

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