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Facebook begins to display the time that the user was active on messenger

Facebook begins to display the time that the user was active on messenger

The Facebook made a small trade for your chat. After including an icon that redirects the person to the profile of the chosen friend, the social community started to point out a brand new contact data. Now you can find the time at which the person was once lively for the last time.

The exchange also applies to cellular version of the social community. The notification, which is situated next to the username within the chat record, displays how lengthy pals related thru smartphones are inactive. Therefore, It’s now conceivable to understand when was the ultimate time a contact accessed the chat.

Nobody knows evidently if this replace has already been applied to all Fb debts. It’s fairly conceivable that these small changes are added step by step over time. However now of course it’s more straightforward to track the task of friends on the social network.




15 Comments to “Facebook begins to display the time that the user was active on messenger”

  1. I want to send my Facebook statuses to twitter but not the other way around. That is, I do not want my tweets going to my Facebook account but I want my Facebook statuses going to my twitter. Any help? Thanks.

  2. jordenkotor // April 21, 2013 at 10:17 // Reply

    I created a page on Facebook but I want to delete it. How do you delete it.

  3. Two friends facebook profiles have been not showing up on facebook recently.I have noticed on past messages from these friends that their profile picture has also changed to a shadow.They are missing from all facebook searches and on mutual friends lists.Are their profiles “deactivated”? When a profile is deactivated does it mean its gone from facebook for good? Thanks in advance!

  4. isk8at818 // April 26, 2013 at 00:21 // Reply

    Every company has a Facebook, every food product has a Facebook

    everyone has a Facebook, except me. So tell me,

    Whats the appeal? It must be something that you can’t do with email, instant messengers or a telephone.

  5. On facebook, how do you hide your friends list so that your other friends cannot see it?

  6. kewlflame14 // April 29, 2013 at 07:40 // Reply

    Facebook but i want to take it off.

  7. I troll Facebook political pages and I am constantly getting reported to death. I need more alts.
    @ abra: I know that but there are ways around that. You can buy drop accounts that are varified but I don’t want to pay $1 to $3 an account. I heard there are account generators.

  8. Lia-lu-li // May 26, 2013 at 08:14 // Reply

    I deactivated my Facebook and it showed me a list of 5 friends who “miss me”. How does Facebook generate that list? Is it based on who you interact with, or who looks at your account? Some of the people are people I barley talk to on Facebook.

  9. How does Facebook have our data across a whole network of servers? How is MySQL and PHP integrated?

  10. Facebook is nice to keep in contact with others, but I notice that some people spend many hours updating their statuses and checking in on the lives of others and trying to keep up with the Jones’s so to speak via facebook. In your opinion would you say that facebook takes your focus off of God? Should good christians have facebook accounts? And what purpose does facebook serve to the serious christian.

  11. Superman // May 31, 2013 at 13:51 // Reply

    Facebook is not what I thought it would be. I can’t seem to make the account go away. Can a facebook account be eliminated totally?

  12. ericmreitz // June 3, 2013 at 19:58 // Reply

    I want to get a facebook account to connect with my friends, but now I hear all these facebook stories about lawsuits and stuff. So, everybody is hating facebook and leaving it. Is it a weird time to get an account?

  13. Victoria T // June 6, 2013 at 05:14 // Reply

    How to treat your Facebook account after you die in a couple of years? What will happen to your Facebook account after you die in a couple of years?

  14. baldy eire // June 8, 2013 at 19:13 // Reply

    My ex Best Friend hacks facebooks by clicking “forgot password” & She hacked into my facebook and unfriended people. How do I talk to people that work for facebooK?

  15. Dark_LovexXx // June 9, 2013 at 07:45 // Reply

    My boy friend knows my email(Hotmail) password and facebook password. After we brokeup, he changed the passwords of both and updating nasty things in facebook which tanishes my name. How can i close this facebook account and hotmail account?

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