Facebook Messenger is even easier with the removal of the Discover tab, which was an attempt to access the malicious chatbot platform through its private messaging app.
The change was first reported in August of last year, and TechCrunch has now announced that the change will start from next week.
After extensive remodeling of Messenger in 2018, Facebook committed to making the app easier and less tight after many years, a direct result of Messenger’s philosophy of designing everything it did after Director David Marcus. (Marcus is now responsible for the blockchain distribution on Facebook, and oversees the company’s Libra cryptocurrency project.)
Now under the guidance of former product manager Stan Chudnovsky and Messenger VP, the app has been streamlined and its core function is back in line with the functional messaging app. Part of this process has been to remove all items that are targeted to non-users of the application business and to help promote Messenger as a text-based customer support site.
The factsheet, in the image of the new draft, is on the right-hand side of the business account. Artificial intelligence bots worked as part of a broad push to use AI but eventually unsuccessfully tried and revolutionized technology customer service.
You can also find Facebook Instant Games, an attempt by the company to revive its web-based gaming platform on a mobile. Instant Games are still online, but have been removed with Discover in this new Messenger update. Games cannot be accessed from the main Facebook app.
In the new design, Facebook is promoting the “People” section. There you will see great boxes for friends who have just updated their stories on Facebook, as well as a list of relationships organized to promote active online relationships. It’s a lot cleaner, and it has a long way to go in order to make it easier for Messenger to navigate, if you’re not overwhelmed by peripheral functions and trying to get attention.