A bunch of new features in Messenger! You have more benefits now
At the launch of Messenger's new feature, Meta stated in a blog post, "The Split Payment feature has arrived in the Messenger app for Android and iOS customers. Only US customers can use this feature.
Meta has come up with several new features in the Facebook Messenger app. The company recently added a split payment feature to this messaging app. There are also disappearing messages and many more features in vanish mode. Some of these features are only available to US customers. Earlier, Meta appeared on Facebook Messenger with features like end-to-end encryption, screenshot detection, message reaction, typing indicator.
At the launch of Messenger's new feature, Meta stated in a blog post, "The Split Payment feature has arrived in the Messenger app for Android and iOS customers. Only US customers can use this feature. We have also come up with a special mode for voice message recording control and dispatching messages.
Any payment can be shared among themselves through split payment. For this you have to select the Payments tab by selecting the + icon in the group chat. Next you need to select Get Started. From here, customers can share any payment equally. If you want, there is also the advantage of sharing as you like.
Soon it will be easier to send voice messages through Messenger. It can be paused while recording any voice message. It can be heard when the recording is finished. If you don't like it, you have the advantage of deleting it. Earlier, a maximum of 1 minute long voice message could be sent, but from now on 30 minute long voice note can be sent through Messenger.
Vanish mode is also being added to Messenger. If this mode is enabled, any message sent after it is read will be deleted automatically. However, if you want, you can easily turn off the vanish mode at any time and return to normal chat.
Whatsapp, another popular product of Meta, will also have multiple features, the company said. Although nothing is known about it yet. Experts believe that the company Instant Messaging may add more features in the next few months.