Facebook has added some new safety and control options to Messenger to coincide with Safer Internet Day (February 9th), giving users more ways to easily manage who can contact them through the app.
Facebook has announced a new look for their Messenger platform, including some new features to coincide with the recent integration of Instagram Direct and Messenger.
Editors at US tech website The Verge reportedly spotted an Instagram app update over the weekend that could mean some big changes for the way that Direct Messages work. The update popped up on screen for some US users, with a message that said: “There’s a New Way to Message on Instagram”.
Social media platforms are adding new features all the time, and no-one wants to be the last to a trend. As we’re approaching August, we thought we’d round up some of the exciting new features still to come to our fave social media platforms in 2020…
A messenger bot is software that uses AI (artificial intelligence) to communicate with customers. They are programmed to understand and to respond to questions or execute tasks and make life easier for customers, omitting the need to download an app or spend time waiting in a phone queue to get an answer.