How to Find Message Requests on New Messenger 2020
In this guide, I will show you how to find and see hidden messages. Also, filtered messages and messages request on Facebook Messenger. Whenever someone sent you a message on Facebook Messenger, But you guys are not connected, the “message” will automatically go to “Message Requests”.
This is an amazing feature introduced by Facebook last in 2015. The feature let strangers chat with one another without being friends on Facebook. It is a handy feature because. If someone on Facebook you is not connected with and that person sent a direct message. You can either accept or reject it. You can also add that person on messenger.
Note: Many people call the “Messages Request” feature, hidden inbox, filtered messages, and hidden messages. But all of them are the same. However, let find out how you can find and manage those requests.
How to Find Message Requests on New Messenger (Android)
In the updated Facebook Messenger app for Android and iOS. You might be thinking these features are missing but it, in reality, it is not. However, it’s been moved to a new place in the application. Let me show you that.
- Update your Facebook Messenger application (Android or iOS)
- Open up application
- Tap the “People” option shown in the bottom middle
- Now at the top right tap the message icon with three dots (Refer images)
- Now you are in “Message Requests” tap the “See all” option
Now that you have found the filtered, hidden or message request. You can manage a particular one. Just hit the tick button to accept or x button to reject the specific request.
How to Find Message Requests on New Messenger (iOS)
To find, see and manage “Massage Requests” on the new updated Facebook Messenger app (iOS) follow the below steps.
- Update the Facebook Messenger application (iOS)
- Now just open it up
- Tap the “People” icon shown in the bottom middle of the application
- Now at the top right, tap the message icon with three dots (Refer to above images)
- Now you are in “Message Requests” section just tap the “See all” option
Guess what, then the sender will never know what you have done with his/her message. The sender will know that either you have read, deleted, accepted or rejected his/her message. Moreover, if you accept and reply to a message, the send will then know that everything, e.g you are active, you have read the message, etc.