How to create a secret conversation on Facebook Messenger?

One of the most important elements of instant messaging apps is privacy. That users feel comfortable and protected when talking with their friends and that their information remains private. That is why Facebook Messenger has a function of “Secret conversations” that until now few knew.

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The secret conversations of Facebook Messenger they have end-to-end encryption. This means that the shared messages can only be seen by you and the other person, no one else. However, these chats work exactly the same as the traditional ones, you can share messages, photos, stickers, videos and audios, but with an extra privacy.

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Best of all, you don’t need external apps to activate secret conversations. Everything is in Facebook Messenger, available for Android or iOS devices.

How to activate a secret conversation on Facebook Messenger?

1. Enter Facebook Messenger and select the conversation or user to whom you want to send a secret conversation.

2. Open the conversation with that person and click on their username.

3. In the menu that will appear, select the option “Go to secret conversation”.

4. A new chat will open, a secret conversation with end-to-end encryption, to which only you and your contact will have access.

Facebook Messenger secret conversations

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You can complement the secret conversations with temporary messages, which disappear after a certain time and thus increase your privacy. 😉

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