Messenger is a messaging app that lets you send messages, photos and videos to friends and family. It’s a good way to stay in touch with people who have an Android or iPhone. You can also use Messenger to send payments and make video calls.
If you’ve sent a message, but haven’t pressed Send yet, it’s still in your Drafts folder. This feature is useful if you want to go back and change what you’ve written before sending it out into the world
If you’re anything like me, you occasionally send messages to people on Facebook Messenger that you wish you could take back. Maybe it was something you said in the heat of the moment, or perhaps you have a message saved in draft and forgot to send it.
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If you want to read unsent messages on Messenger, there are two ways to do it:
- You can use the Messenger app on your iPhone or iPad to read any unsent message that you’ve typed but not yet sent. To do this, follow these steps:
Launch the Messenger app from your Home screen.
Tap the Compose icon in the bottom-right corner. This icon looks like a blank piece of paper with a pen on top of it.
Type in your message, then tap Send. Your unsent message will appear in your Sent Messages inbox.
- You can also use iMessage’s Read Receipts feature to read any unsent message that you’ve typed but not yet sent to one or more recipients. To do this, follow these steps:
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Open the Messages app from your Home screen and tap on an existing conversation with one or more people listed.