Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Facebook - major change for Messenger

Facebook announced a major shift during the day for Messenger, messaging system implemented for the largest social network on the planet.

According to Facebook, starting today phone numbers will not be compulsory to enable communication between users via Messenger part of the change today.

According to Facebook, now anyone can communicate with anyone through Messenger as long as that person's name, but the person will be contacted, in certain circumstances, to accept applications sent by the initiator of the conversation conversation, all without a phone number.

Applications for acceptance for initiating a conversation can be approved or rejected by users without the person who sent them to find out whether or not he has read the original message, such as Facebook offers more user, simplifying interconnection.

The rule is pretty simple: If you’re friends on Facebook, if you have each other’s contact info in your phone and have these synced, or if you have an existing open thread, the new messages from that sender will be routed to your inbox. Everything else will now be a message request, minus spam attempts that we will continue to ruthlessly combat.

For a person to be able to send a message without the need for acceptance prior even if it has no telephone number registered in Messenger need you to be friends with her, to have her data contact, have participated in any conversation, etc.

If the person is unknown, then you receive a request for acceptance of initiating conversation and you can decide if you want to communicate with that person or not, the change being implemented today and propagated globally by company Facebook for everyone.