All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Facebook Chat’

Facebook Now Lets You Send Photos in Chat

Some users are seeing a new notification when they open up a chat window today – Facebook notifying them that they can now send photos in chat. “New! Send a Photo in Chat. Choose an image to send instantly,” reads the message. Clicking on the camera icon allows you to upload images from your computer. The photo recipient will be …

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Facebook Tests Messenger-Like Chat Bubbles on Desktop

Facebook is currently testing a new look to chat on desktop – one that looks nearly identical to the way chat appears on the Facebook Messenger app. The new design has blue and white chat bubbles, instead of the simple text that users currently see. According to AllFacebook, Facebook looks to be testing the new desktop chat for a small …

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Here’s How To Stop Facebook’s “Message Seen” Feature

Last month, users slowly began to notice that Facebook chat (messages) had a new feature. Right under sent messages, in the chat box appeared a light gray notification that simply said “Seen XX:XXpm.” We quickly learned that Facebook’s new feature allowed people to see when their conversation partner sees a message, and some users had a collective freakout. When you …

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Facebook Pushes The Still-Optional Timeline In Chat

Is everybody enjoying Facebook Timeline? No regrets? Have you even switched your old profile page over to Timeline? Despite saying months ago that the Timeline would soon become mandatory for all users, Facebook has yet to pull the trigger and force users to adopt the still-controversial feature. Although my informal poll of friends suggests that a majority of people have …

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Facebook Embraces The Winky Face, Adds Emoticons To Chat

If you’ve logged onto Facebook this morning and initiated a chat with one of your buddies, you may have noticed that there’s a new little icon at the bottom right of you text box. And it’s smiling at you. Click on it and you’ll see that Facebook has officially added emoticons to its official messaging options. As of now, there …

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