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We reached out to Facebook who confirmed that this is something it is testing out.“We are testing a feature that gives you a better understanding of where your friend will receive your message,” a spokesperson said, who said she would keep us posted on when and if it rolls out more broadly. The idea of giving users information about what kind of devices their friends are using is, in a way, a throwback to the earlier days of messaging services that were built out for enterprises, when IT companies talked about “unified communications” and creating ways of letting people seamlessly integrate their mobile messaging and desktop messaging applications and services — partly so people stayed connected all the time, and partly so that they knew where their messages were ending up.
Although our smartphones are becoming increasingly more computer-like in their functionality (and for many have replaced computers altogether), there is still a gap between how users interact with each other when they are on desktop versus when they are on mobile devices.Users who are mobile may give shorter replies, or they may be less likely to reply instantly if they are on the move.Those who are on desktop are more likely to be sitting down, and therefore have more time to read longer messages with links and media and reply to them.Facebook already provides some of this detail but in a different way: today if a user is sending a message from a mobile device, the recipient can see that detail on the message — information that some would prefer not to share. Sometimes it feels like no one really gets what it's like to be a teenager.There’s a lot of pressure and expectations place on you; adults just don’t understand and sometimes are even patronizing.
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