With the new Android 11, Facebook Messenger is receiving a few important updates. The most important thing is to introduce the Chat bubbles feature. This is somewhat similar to Messenger’s previous chat header interface. Last year, Bubbles launched a beta version of Android 10. With the upcoming Android 11, Bubbles is becoming a feature. In this guide, I will explain how to enable or disable the updated chat header on Facebook Messenger on Android 11.
You must have an Android device running Android 11. You must also be running Messenger version 222.214.171.124.118, then your device will support the Chat Bubble. It is interesting to choose what kind of dialogue will take place with the bubble. In fact, you can disable all of Messenger’s call bubble features if you wish.
How To enable Or disable Chat Heads In Facebook Messenger In Android 11
HOW DOES THE CHAT BUBBLE IN FACEBOOK MESSENGER WORK
There is no rocket science here. The basic idea is to provide a floating screen component that can expand the chat chain. In every conversation you have, it looks like a bubble. When a new message arrives on Facebook, a chat bubble will pop up on your smartphone screen.
Like I said, click on the bubble to expand the chat phone. You do not need to open Messenger to reply to a conversation. To close the chat, hold the ball and drag it to the bottom of the screen.
ENABLE OR DISABLE CHAT BUBBLES
Here are the simple steps you need to follow to activate the new chat bubble in Facebook Messenger.
- Open the Settings app and click on Apps and Notifications
- Click to view all applications
- Scroll down to the Messenger app and click to open it
- Click on the notification
- Click on the bubbles again
- Now select two options. All conversations can be foamed or Selected conversations can be foamed
Please note that this will only work for devices running Android 11. If you do not want to disable the chat bubble on the messenger, set the setting so that nothing bubbles. You will receive a ‘new message’ notification at the notification center. Alternatively, you can get new or existing messages directly from the Messenger app.
So, this is a simple way to enable or disable the new bubble chat feature on Facebook Messenger that runs on Android 11 smartphones.