You can also hold the button to record a video with the same tool, which has options to use the rear camera, expand your view and more. Sometimes you need to draw on it or write a bit of information to make it clear what the receiver is supposed to learn from the image.
It’ll instantly grab a cute image for you and post it.
If you’ve got your notifications showing up on your lock screen, it’s a really good idea to stop Messenger from displaying the content of your messages in those notifications.
Instead of taking a photo with your phone’s camera app, then uploading it to Messenger, you can actually just click on the camera icon to get the job done.
Take a quick selfie or a photo of something you need to share and it will send instantly.
To make moves, you’ll need to manually type in the moves, such as @fbchess Pb4 to move a pawn in column B to row 4.
If you get stuck you can always type @fbchess help for instructions.
This only works for images you’ve swiped to, not images in the gallery.
Soon we’ll also be able to manipulate our videos in Messenger, as Facebook has acquired the video filter maker Msqrd and will no doubt make use of this new investment quickly to compete with Snapchat.
If you want to check these messages, head to Settings Message Requests.
If you know someone who could use a dose of cuteness, open up a chat with them and type @dailycute.
It’s a really cool trick to use when you’re running late.