With the Messenger.com domain, facebook have announced the web version of its messenger app which will separate it from Facebook.com homepage. With this web version of the messenger, Facebook is making another great steps for its upcoming Messenger Business integration, in which users can chat directly with companies about product questions, purchase updates and shipment tracking.
Users can still use Facebook.com to send message but the Messenger.com could be very much helpful for the busy users concerned with productivity, or those that use Facebook to chat with friends but don’t like the social content chaos of its main site.
You can manage other setting for the messenger from the gear button on the upper left corner. One nifty feature is the ability to turn on desktop notifications so you get a little pop-up overlayed on your computer screen when you get a message that lets you jump to your Messenger.com tab.