To notify users on Messenger conversation, Facebook has issued a warning in the form of ‘screenshot notifications.’

The change is part of the company’s “massive investments” on privacy, according to the company.

As part of a new upgrade, Facebook has added screenshot notifications to its Messenger service.

This week, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook’s parent firm Meta, unveiled a slew of changes to the social media’s chat feature.

Users will be notified if one of their disappearing messages has been screenshotted by another user as part of the adjustments.

People can use this capability through Messenger’s’secret chat’ feature, which works similarly to WhatsApp’s encrypted conversations.

GIFs, stickers, and reactions are also being added to encrypted chats by the company.

The non-encrypted version of Messenger will not be affected by the changes.

February 3, 2022

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