Facebook Messenger adapts to WhatsApp and is now preparing to introduce a real forwarding limit, for any message, set to five people or groups at a time.
The purpose of Mark Zuckerberg's company is the same already announced at the beginning of 2019 for the famous messaging app: to slow down the spread of fake news and curb the intentions of those who try to sow uncertainty among users, especially in a delicate period like the one that we have been living for several months now and with the US elections approaching.
As part of our ongoing efforts to provide people with a more secure and private messaging experience, today we're introducing a forwarding limit on Messenger, so messages can only be forwarded to five people or groups at a time. Restricting forwarding is an effective way to slow the spread of viral misinformation and malicious content that can potentially cause harm in the real world.
The message forwarding limit is not the only novelty introduced by Messenger this hot summer. Among the main ones, we find:
- support for screen sharing on Android and iOS;
- Face ID and Touch ID support on iOS;
- live broadcasts on Messenger Rooms;
- start of the merger of Messenger and Instagram chats.
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