In a blog post, Facebook Messenger announced that it will introduce new features and improve the security of voice and video calls. According to Facebook, the chat application increases the number of voice and video calls for more than 150 million video calls every day.
This application introduces end-to-end encryption options for voice and video calls. This will not be an automatic conversion, and users will have to choose end-to-end encryption, which only applies to other recipients who have completed the same operation. …
The disappearing message is also updated with new controls. Users can now make messages disappear from 5 seconds to 24 hours.
In the future, Messenger will begin testing end-to-end encryption for group chats and in-app calls. The so-called “delivery control” was also introduced. This will “prevent unnecessary interaction by deciding who can access your chat list, who can access your request folder, and who cannot send you messages.” The limited trial version of
Instagram Direct Messaging will also be launched in some countries. Again, he was selected and just started a one-on-one interview.