Technology is one of history’s biggest turning points. It has revolutionized everything you do: eating, sleeping, working, learning, even loving, and existing is all largely influenced by tech. Technology is a very broad topic in itself; most people don’t even know the extent of it. Had Albert Einstein’s generation gotten this much exposure to every piece of educational resource in the world, they would be doing way more with it. But this generation is grossly misusing what they’ve been given, exploiting technology to escape doing the bare minimum.
While there is much to learn online, people with internet access today cannot or won’t understand that. With all the knowledge ever unearthed since the beginning of time in their hands, they want to only scroll through social media. Doesn’t that sound so ridiculously banal, so unbelievably uninspiring?
Not all people are like this. No, there’s the 1% who give out the most basic knowledge in books and on YouTube and earn from it, too. We don’t mean to say those people are bad; it’s shameful for the viewers/readers to help someone benefit from the most rudimentary things.
If you open up YouTube today, you’ll see popular videos on topics like “how to start a conversation” and “how to think.” Should anyone ever have to ask things like that? But the thing is, people do desperately need to learn these things, and yet most don’t.
However, most older people with experience believe that everyone has that one awakening moment in their life. It’s at that point that they choose whether they wish to remain as they are or change their life to get to where they want to be.
It’s not like using the internet for entertainment is bad or that no one should use social media. However, surrendering all mindfulness and immersing oneself in random gossip that has nothing to do with them is not a good idea.
Today’s blog will discuss how you can forward/share/copy an entire conversation on Messenger.
Messenger is one of the most useful messaging apps on the market, and it’s the one we’ve been acquainted with the longest. However, there are still limitations to what you can do. Take, for instance, our topic for today:
How can you forward/share/copy an entire conversation on Facebook Messenger? Well, the answer is you can’t do any of those things. A conversation that is only meant to be between two people simply cannot be forwarded, shared, or copied on the platform.
Don’t worry; if you’re in a situation where you need to share a whole conversation, you can try some things that could help you. But it’s important to remember that it’s not right to share a conversation you has with someone without letting them know about it first.
Method one: Screenshots and/or screen recordings.
The best method to achieve what you want is to take screenshots of the whole chat or record it all at once. It’s quick and easy, and the other person will never find out about it on Messenger, unlike Snapchat.
However, there is one thing that could go wrong here: verification. People tend to distrust screenshots and recordings because there isn’t any viable proof that it’s authentic. They can easily be forged and used to misguide the watcher.
Method two: Show them the chats.
If you can meet with this person, your problem will be solved! Just go over to them and show them the chats on your smartphone! It’s safe and simple, and there’s no chance of any inauthenticity.
Method three: Give them your password.
If you trust this person but cannot meet up with them, then there’s only one alternative: give them your Messenger password. We understand it’s a huge invasion of privacy, and it’s not something you might want to do, but there aren’t many options.
This is not a reliable option, but there’s little chance of forgery. There’s a 50/50 chance that they might accept it, so we believe it’s worth a try. Use an app like Zoom or Google Meet to share your screen with them.
Lastly, we’d again urge you to consider whether it is right to do this to someone. Of course, if you fully believe that they deserve it, you can choose one of the methods we’ve discussed today.
At the end
We know Messenger is quite a reliable app, but that still doesn’t mean you can do whatever you want. There are rules and regulations everywhere to ensure that everyone is dealt a fair hand.