We all love a bit of customization right. In this post I’ll be showing you how to enable dark mode on messenger easily and it’s pretty straightforward although it’s still being tested by facebook at the moment but you can still give a go.
How To Enable Dark Mode On Messenger
The Dark Mode on Facebook Messenger can be enabled by sending a moon emoji (this one:🌙) in a chat. As soon as you send this emoji, you will see a message pop-up at the top that reads “You Found Dark Mode!”.
Below that will be a button with “Turn on in Settings” written on it.
Here’s how it looks
As soon as you tap on that button, it will take you to Facebook Messenger settings where you will see a new option called “Dark Mode”. It will have a toggle button right next to it. tap it to ON the Dark Mode.
Once you turn on the Dark Mode, Facebook will display a message saying it’s still working on this feature so you won’t see Dark Mode everywhere in Messenger. It may also appear broken at some places.
Users from Philippines, Portugal, Czech Republic, Saudi Arabia,France, UK, Canada Macedonia and Indonesia have confirmed that this method worked for them. You can try and let me know if it worked for you
Note: If the feature isn’t available for your country, turn on your VPN to any of the countries above, and enable Dark Mode, then turn it back off.
Breaking News : Whatsapp, Facebook And Instagram Are Down
Whatsapp, Facebook And Instagram Are Down at the moment, users are finding it impossible to download media files or view photos on the various platforms.
Whatsapp, Instagram and Facebook are having media download issues at the moment.
You don’t have to reinstall your apps It’ll be fixed soon. Don’t format your phone either. It’s not also from your service provider
This post would be updated with more details shortly
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Twitter have reduced The Number of People You can Follow
In an attempt to curb the rate of spam activities on its platform, Twitter has come up with a new tactic to achieve this.
The number of new accounts you can follow per day has been furtherly trimmed down to 400, from the former 1000 per day limit.
“So, why 400 per day, and not 100? Or 58? Or 17? In short, we found that 400 is a reasonable limit that allows people to follow the accounts they’re interested in each day while stopping the most spam.”
Yoel Roth (Head of Site Integrity at Twitter) said, explaining the twitter’s 400 limit choice.
He also said, “Improving the health of Twitter is our top priority, and teams across the company are always working to refine these limits based on what we learn about spammer behavior and as malicious tactics evolve”.