The Unified Message Center is a system that combines traditional messaging and real time, one-on-one instant messaging (chat) into a single threaded view.This stores all of your communications with another user in one place so it's easy to continue a conversation right where you left off, without having to search through multiple locations to find it! There are four Tabs at the top main page of the Message Center, which represent four different views you can use to filter your messages: When you open a conversation, messages sent to you will appear on the left side of the window in a blue bubble.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... And the most amusing aspect is, so many DON'T "delete unread" the type of messages they really SHOULD delete unread, namely, the nasty/abusive messages they get when they reject someone.After last Monday’s post filled with Facebook shenanigans, I guess I should have suspected that said shenanigans would continue until I got around to purging my friends list. Here’s what I see, probably like you when I click on my Messages icon: I don’t know about you, but I see FIVE messages. When you do that, something mysterious happens…you’re introduced to The Others. I was actually pretty delighted for the decreased email volume. Disgruntled was talking about, I took my Evil Lady Who Ignores Facebook Messages self over to Facebook.
Given that I am ice cube-chance-in-hell visible on Chat, it’s not surprising that I’d forgotten about this exchange. So, I posted something on my PERSONAL Facebook wall about not getting message and comment notifications and my dear friend Colleen chimed in with – ummm…do you know about “Other” messages? Most brand page events go into The Others folder, just like the shitty movie starring Nicole Kidman goes into the bargain bin of DVDs at the grocery store. ) In those Other messages were notes from readers of my blog and invitations to events that I would have really liked to have attended.
(There was also the unread/unseen invitation to join the gentleman above for coffee.) How could I stop these messages from going into Facebook’s sneaky, inconvenient Information Purgatory in the future?
If I’m going to have passive-agressive missives flung in my direction, I want to be fully in control and conscious of the behavior that’s inspiring said missives. So I went into the Facebook Account Settings and I’m going to guide YOU through how to get those Message and other notifications back that Facebook mysteriously took away.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Are my messages sitting in the girls' inbox or trash?
Responses to emails: Has it been your experience that girls respond to emails?