Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is introducing Slack-like easy routes with Messenger that let you do things like communicate something specific quietly or straightaway call up a GIF while you’re chatting with your companions.

Two of the shortcuts are accessible today, March 29th, as per Meta: @everyone and/silent. @everyone will allow you to inform everybody in a chat, which could be helpful to make a point to certainly stand out.

In any case, if you need to communicate something specific without pinging the entire group, you’ll have the option to utilize the/silent shortcut, Meta says.

In “the coming weeks,” there will be a few more easy routes. /pay will allow you to send or demand cash right from the Messenger chatbox and will be accessible soon on iOS and Android in the US. Type/gif and a subject of something you need a GIF of to see a few likely choices to drop in the chat. This component will be accessible soon on iOS. Furthermore,/shrug and/tableflip, which will likewise be accessible soon on iOS, will allow you to drop the work of art ¯_(ツ)_/¯ and (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ emojis without composing them out yourself.

Topics #Facebook #Messenger #Meta