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  2. Messenger

    Hang out anytime, anywhere—Messenger makes it easy and fun to stay close to your favorite people

  3. Messenger - Home - Facebook

    Messenger. 12,387,583 likes · 32,014 talking about this. Messenger from Facebook helps you stay close with those who matter most, from anywhere and on...

  4. Messenger

    Messenger makes it easy and fun to stay close to your favorite people.

  5. Messenger

    Connect with your favorite people. Continue. Keep me signed in

  6. Messenger Help Center

    Learn how to use Messenger, fix a problem, and get answers to your questions.

  7. Messenger on the App Store

    ‎Be together whenever, with our free* all-in-one communication app, complete with unlimited text, voice, video calling and group video chat features. CROSS-APP MESSAGING AND CALLING Connect with your Instagram friends right from Messenger. Simply search for them by name or username to message or ca…

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  9. Launch Messenger and select “Create New Account.”. The app will prompt you to make a new Facebook account. Enter the required information and follow the on-screen instructions. Press “Sign ...

  10. How to Find Your Facebook Messenger History - Lifewire

    Open Facebook in a web browser and select the Messenger icon in the upper-right corner of the page. Select See All in Messenger . To bypass Facebook, go directly to, and follow the rest of the instructions. Select your profile picture, and then select Message Requests .

  11. How to Go Back to First Message On Messenger - HubPages

    Open a new tab and in the address bar type: and hit enter. Click on the message icon at the top of the screen. Go to the person you want that you had sent messages to and left-click to go to their messages. Right-click on "see older messages" and open it in a new tab. In the address bar get the timestamp by copying the number after "timestamp=". Of course you don't copy anything that is after the actual number. Open a new tab and go to: