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How To Get Cross-App Chat Feature On Instagram And Facebook Messenger

Last updated on July 10th, 2021 at 10:56 am

We all know Facebook is one of the world’s biggest social networking website. It was established by CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his co-founders in 2004. Afterward, in 2012 Mark Zukerberg purchased the photograph sharing application Instagram and rebranded it as Instagram from Facebook. Curiously, Facebook has extended a long way past its unique social networking platform since its establishment. Here I am writing about how to get cross-app chat feature on Instagram and Facebook Messenger.

However, recently, Facebook presented a cross-messaging feature for its Instagram and Messenger users on both Android and iOS variants of the applications. With this new feature, Instagram users can send messages to contacts on Facebook Messenger without the leaving application and the other way around.

How To Get Cross-App Chat Feature On Instagram And Facebook Messenger

If you want to use the cross-app chat feature on Instagram, you need to update the latest version of the apps from Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Also, to send messages from Messenger to Instagram contacts, users should download the most latest version of the application.

Once updated, a user can utilize the cross messaging feature on both Android and iOS devices.

Cross-app messaging feature on Instagram

Step 1: First, open the Instagram app on your device.

Step 2: Next, tap your Profile picture.

Step 3: On the new screen tap Menu (Hamburg icon)

Step 4: Now from the given options, tap Settings.

Step 5: On the new screen, tap the Privacy option.

Step 6: Now, tap on the Message option.

From here you can choose whether message requests go to your Chats list, your Message Requests folder, or whether to get them by any means.

Cross-app messaging feature on Facebook

Step 1: First, open the Facebook messenger app on your device.

Step 2: Next, tap your Profile picture.

Step 3: On the new screen, go to Privacy under Preferences.

Step 4: At last, select Message Delivery.

From here you can choose whether message requests go to your Chats list, your Message Requests folder, or whether to get them by any means.

You can change the settings from the given choices on both Instagram and Facebook Messenger application. The version additionally included some different features for Instagram which incorporate changing the chat colors, reacting with emojis, swiping to answer to messages, and making selfie stickers.

About Sameer

I'm Sameer Bille, a blogger from Mumbai, India. I started MuchTech as a passion.Here at Much Tech I write about Tech Tips,Tricks and how to guide.

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