Chances are if you've heard of Facebook, you’ve heard of Messenger. But, if the latter isn’t true, you’ll learn the best of the basics for using the application in this article.
In short, Messenger is the instant messaging extension of Facebook. The app was released in 2011 and has since rivaled the features and functionality of most other similar apps.
The Facebook Messenger app is designed to go well beyond standard text messaging by offering features like HD video calling, voice messaging, and group chat.
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Well, friends, March is in full swing, and here at Shift HQ, we are celebrating with the release of Shift 2.7.
With each major release, we focus on providing our customers (yeah, that's you) with an even better experience.
Between releases, we have our ear to the ground listening to your feedback. The good, the bad, the ugly...all of it. This time around is no different, and we've focused heavily on bug fixes, and features that make a real difference to your flow.
There’s a running joke around the Shift office that everyone is always productive—except when they’re not.
No, but seriously, unproductivity happens to the best of us. So, to better understand the root causes of our team’s (rare) unproductiveness, we took a poll.
Can you guess what the biggest culprit ended up being? Yep, email.
But not just email in general. Specifically, the inbox.