Facebook Messenger has changed message forwarding rules, now just once …


Facebook Messenger has restricted the message forwarding process on its platform to prevent the spread of fake news on WhatsApp’s line. Now you can forward a message to only 5 people and groups at a time. In 2018, Facebook came up with a similar forwarding limit for WhatsApp in India, which also expanded to global markets in January last year. However, in April, WhatsApp changed the rules for forwarding messages, saying that users can now forward forwarded messages in one chat at a time. In addition, the Messenger app recently introduced a new privacy feature for iOS devices.

With the forwarding limit on Messenger, you will now be able to forward a message to only five people and groups at once. If you try to add more than five people to your forward list, the app shows you a notification that says “Forwarding limit reached”

In a blog post on Thursday, Messenger Privacy and Security, Director of Product Management J. Sullivan Wrote, (Translation) “Forwarding is an effective way to reduce the spread of viral misinformation and malicious content, such information is likely to cause harm in the real world”

Let me tell you, information about this feature was first published in March, when it was in the early testing stages. But now the forwarding limit on Facebook Messenger has started to shrink. It will be released in Phase Manor.

In addition to the forward message limit, the WhatsApp team is trying to put a limit on the frequency forward message on its platform. Last year WhatsApp wanted forward messages for its Android and iOS apps. Labels Rolled out. At the same time, in April of this year, WhatsApp imposed a restriction on frequency-forwarded messages, allowing users to use Forward Forward. Message Only one can be sent.

Notably, Facebook Messenger with app lock in July Update Users can use biometric fingerprint or facial features to unlock the app.

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