One of the things I appreciate about Facebook is how easy it is to connect with many of my friends in message. I’ll often get the fastest response there.
And there are times that I love being able to have a few conversations going at the same time using the “Message” tool.
Usually a box opens on the lower right with a space to type in your message. In the case of the image below, I was already in a chat which you can see had a lot going on in it.
The simplest way to read a message, as well as what we are writing is to open up the window that shows the “full conversation.” The messaging then opens in a full column width. To do this:
1 – First click on the gear in the box header.
2 – A drop down menu opens
3 – Select “See Full Conversation” and you’ll see the message opens to the full width of the column.
That’s all there is to it. Enjoy your chats. Remember they are private, only visible to you and the person with whom you are messaging. And, for easy reference, they stay in that message stream as long as you wishEach of the above rectangular spaces holds a prior message chat with your friend. To protect the privacy of my friends I cropped the box so that you don’t see names or photos.
When you click on one of the names or spaces, the chat will open up in the lower right side of the page, where the message space usually opens. Then for easier reading you can open to the “Full Conversation”, again, following the instructions at the beginning of this post.
Please note in the “Leave a reply” section below: Was this post was helpful to you? Were you aware that you could open to full conversations?
Also, are there other questions you have about Facebook or any of your electronic devices? If so, again, please ask them in the comments section.