Friday, April 8, 2016

Facebook Messenger now gives you a chance to begin a chat by checking profile codes


Getting to be companions with somebody on Facebook Messenger just turned into a great deal simpler.

In another redesign that began to take off Thursday, Facebook's visit application now has Messenger Codes — round examples around a client's profile photograph, which can be filtered to begin a talk with that individual.



Facebook likewise dispatched Messenger Links — short vanity URLs that prompt a client's Messenger profile, as "m.me/username."

The news was reported by both Facebook CEO and prime supporter Mark Zuckerberg, who shared the Messenger Code of his puppy, Beast, and in addition Messenger lead David Marcus.

On the off chance that Messenger Codes sound recognizable, that is on account of Snapchat has had a comparable component since January 2015, called Snapcodes. For Facebook, be that as it may, the redesign may be fundamentally about bringing organizations into Messenger. In a blog entry Thursday, Facebook clarified how these new components make it basic for clients to discover and begin a discussion with a business.

"Organizations can utilize Messenger Links and Messenger Codes in advertisements, on their site or in some other promoting channel to provoke individuals to contact them specifically," the post said.

Organizations with Facebook Pages get a couple of extra alternatives to make the discussion with clients smoother. Page usernames will soon begin appearing on Pages (underneath the Page title). Pages likewise get Messenger Greetings, short instant messages that show up in another message string before any messages are sent. Welcome can be set and altered in a Page's Message Settings.

In a Facebook post Thursday, Marcus likewise shared that Messenger now has more than 900 million dynamic clients — not so much astounding given that Facebook drives portable clients to talk through the Messenger application, yet at the same time an impressive number. There are additionally more than 1 billion messages sent each month between individuals on Messenger and Business and Pages, composed Marcus.

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