Facebook Added Group Payment Support To It Latest Messenger App

Facebook Messanger app has certainly grow to become not just a Facebook chat but also its own independent business and marketing platform where you don't just chat and go but can make a huge amount of money.



A new feature has been added to the latest version of facebook messenger app that keeps you updated with your business, the update now allow you send and receive group payments. Unlike before where you are only allowed to receive person to person payment.

The Facebook Messaging app is taking things steps further and is now rolling out an update to its Messenger app, which will give users the ability to send and receive money between groups of persons.

To use facebook group payment support

For you to get started , head over to play store and download the latest version of facebook messanger ap then install it>> open the Messenger app>> open a group chat>> then tap the plus sign button in the bottom left corner of the conversation. Find the payment icon ($)>> and then tap on it. After that>> you can then choose who to send or request money from. You can easily select everyone in the group or just a few members. Then enter the amount of money you’d like to send or request>> specify what the money is for>> then tap Request.

Then after doing the above, a message will then appear in the group conversation showing which of your friends have paid in - or who you're still owing money to. There’s also a handy Request Details option if you’d like to see more information on a particular payment.

Messenger end-to-end encryption

Soon Facebook Messanger app will have end-to-end encryption similar to the one on WhatsApp, previously Facebook announced it was testing the service. In a post published by its newsroom, details of the tests included one-to-one 'secret' conversations that can only be read on the devices they're sent between. These messages will be stored on the devices and not on Facebook's servers.

Also, another feature of secret conversations is its ability to set a timer that will automatically delete messages, a feature popularized by Snapchat. Facebook said that secret conversations will be an optional feature that can only be viewed on the device that received the message; this is a limitation of the encryption and the only way to ensure absolute privacy. A broader release is planned for sometime in late 2016.

Messenger without having a Facebook account
Now you can sign up for Messenger without a Facebook account. for you to do so, you simply have to tap the 'Not on Facebook?' option on the welcome screen. All you need to enter is your name and phone number and add a picture. The option opens up the world of Messenger to people who don't use Facebook, which seems like a sensible addition for Facebook to have made at this point in time.

The benefits of using the service with a Facebook account are still evident, however, as it allows instant access to all your Facebook friends and messages and it allows cross-device access. If you only have a Messenger account, the app works more like WhatsApp.


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