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  • If you're using the browser version of Facebook, you can quickly check Message Requests by following these steps:Open Facebook and tap on the Message icon in the upper right corner.Your Facebook messages will appear in a dropdown. Click the three horizontal lines at the top of the dropdown.You will now see two options: You May Know and Spam. The former are messages from friends of friends, while the latter are people who don't have any mutual friends and are likely spam.If you'd like to respond, simply type a response and send it. But do keep in mind that the messages will move out of the Requests folder, and the individual will be able to contact you.You can also click the Options icon in step 2 to access your Facebook Message requests on a web browser.", "url": " -message-requests-facebook-messenger/#step1" }, "@type": "HowToStep", "name": "Checking Message Requests From the Mobile App", "image": " -content/uploads/2020/10/Fb-message-icon.jpg", "text": "Open the Facebook Messenger application for Android and sign in using your Facebook account. You may see the \"Message Requests\" option at the top of your chat history. If you don't, follow these steps:In the top left; tap on your profile pictureTap on the option that says \"Message Requests.\"Toggle between the \"You May Know\" tab and the \"Spam\" tabThis will take you to a page that features a list of message requests that you have pending. If the list is empty, you don\u2019t have any message requests.", "url": " -message-requests-facebook-messenger/#step2" , "@type": "HowToStep", "name": "Facebook Messenger Website", "image": " -content/uploads/2020/10/Screenshot-10-9.png", "text": "There is a dedicated Facebook Messenger chat app available online that works just like the \"See all in Messenger.\" This Messenger option is similar to that of the website but tends to be quicker and better.This is because this app is directly focused on chatting and isn\u2019t a redirection from another website. If you're using the dedicated Messenger site, do this to reveal your message requests:Go to the Messenger website and log in.Click on your profile icon in the upper left-hand corner.Click on Message Requests.Click You may know to see messages from friends of friends. Or, click Spam to see messages that Facebook found suspicious.Select a message you'd like to read. You can respond if Messenger gives you the option.If you don't want the individual to message you anymore, you can click the I don't want to hear from... link at the bottom of the message.If you decide to reply to the individual, the messages will move out of the Requests folder and join your regular Facebook messages.", "url": " -message-requests-facebook-messenger/#step3" ], "tool":[ ] } "@context": " ", "@type": "FAQPage", "mainEntity": [ "@type": "Question", "name": "Can I use Facebook Messenger even if I deactivated my account?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "If you've deactivated your Facebook account, you can still use Facebook's Messenger app. Simply sign in using the same username and password that you used for your Facebook account, and you should be good to go. On the other hand, if you permanently delete your account (or Facebook does it for you), your Messenger, along with all of its content, will be permanently deleted, and you won't be able to log in. " , "@type": "Question", "name": "Are there notifications for Facebook Messenger?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Unfortunately no. Due to the nature of unsolicited messages, Facebook has opted not to include notifications for this type of communication. As a user, you will need to check your message requests periodically." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Do Marketplace messages go to message requests?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "No. If you're selling or buying something using the Facebook Marketplace, you should receive the messages directly. Even if you don't have Facebook Messenger installed on your device, you'll receive the notification and have the ability to respond regardless." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Does the sender get a read receipt if I open the message?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "No. You can read a message in the Request folder, and the sender will never know. However, if you respond, they will receive the same read receipts like any other message." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What do I do if spam appears in my Messages?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "If the algorithm misses a spam message, you can report it by tapping the three-dot menu icon next to their name in the message list. Then, click Report. You can also block the user so they can't message you in the future.Also, it's important that you don't respond to any spam messages and don't open any links. 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Facebook developed the Messenger service as another way for users to interact with each other. It is an app that will work even if you deactivate your Facebook account. Over time, this app has become the most widely used chat app globally. It may not have a smooth experience like Telegram or emoji options like WhatsApp, but what it does have is reach.


Puede que a día de hoy las historia de Facebook no gocen de la popularidad de otros contenidos efímeros como pueden ser los estados de WhatsApp o las Instagram Stories, pero siguen siendo una forma de comunicarnos bastante usada.


Seguro que, a estas alturas ya sabrás, si eres un usuario habitual de Facebook Messenger, que puedes ver las historias de Facebook desde dentro de la app de chats, echando un vistazo a la parte superior de tu lista de conversaciones. Sin embargo, una nueva característica de Messenger recién añadida a la app de mensajería permite ver las stories de Facebook desde los chats de Messenger.


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