Facebook Messenger for iPhone has released another update that is notably special because it allows users to give feedback about the app. So although we love to complain with you about the woes and troubles of the various Facebook apps for iPhone, now you can send your complaints directly to Facebook as well! Well, you can complain about Facebook Messenger, that is.
To give feedback, simply swipe to the left to reveal your list of friends and tap the Settings button in the upper right. There will be a new section called "Give Feedback" that will allow you to type in your praises or complaints about Facebook Messenger that will be sent directly to Facebook.
I will admit that when I first saw the update notes, I thought it was for the main Facebook app and got excited because I have plenty of complaints I'd love to send to Facebook, but unfortunately, no such feature exists on the main Facebook iPhone app, yet. This is a step in the right direction, though, and I can only hope that the ability to submit feedback will be added to the rest of the Facebook iPhone app family soon.
Do you have any complaints and/or praises about Facebook Messenger for iPhone that you plan to send to Facebook? What about the main Facebook app? If and when the feature is added to Facebook for iPhone, what will you submit to Facebook?
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