If you want to use Facebook messenger with all of its features, you need to provide the following permissions:
Facebook Messenger isn’t encrypted from end-to-end by default, so it could be possible for eavesdroppers or even Facebook to listen in on your conversations.
You can’t view or delete imported contacts on your mobile device, and will have to visit the “Manage Imported Contacts for Messenger” page on a computer. :
Simply follow these steps to remove your imported contacts from the app:
Unfortunately, you can’t remove individual contacts in Facebook Messenger. Make sure you disable continuous contact uploading to keep your phone contacts from importing again!
Whether you want to save a certain conversation or keep a backup of your Facebook Messenger chats outside of Facebook, all you have to do is follow these steps:
Step 1: Click the small triangle in the top right corner and select Settings. Next, click Your Facebook Information, and then Download Your Information.
Step 2: Click Deselect All and tick the Messages box to download your chats only. Once done, click Create File and Facebook will start preparing a backup copy of your messages – it can take anywhere between 5 to 15 minutes depending on the size and number of your chats.
Step 3: Facebook will send you a notification when your chats are ready to be downloaded. Click it, and then select Download to save your Facebook Messenger chat history on your computer.
And that’s it! You’ve deleted your Facebook account (forever!)
To delete Facebook Messenger on Android, follow these steps:
Step 1:Access Google Play Store.
Step 2: Type “Facebook Messenger” in the search box.
Step 3: Tap Messenger from the search results.
Step4 : Tap Uninstall.
Step 5: Tap Ok to confirm the uninstallation.
To delete Facebook Messenger on iOS, follow these steps:
Step 1:Tap and hold the Facebook Messenger icon.
Step 2: Tap the “x” in the icon’s top left corner.
Step 3: 3.Tap Delete to confirm the uninstallation.
If you’re wondering what can be done to improve your privacy and anonymity online, the following are some ways:
1. Use PureVPN – While you can minimize the amount of data Google and Facebook collect on you, it still doesn’t stop your ISP from keeping track of what you’re doing on the Internet and sharing it with these very corporations and the government. To make your online activities truly private, using a VPN like PureVPN is essential.
2. Limit App Permissions – By periodically checking and limiting your permissions, you can protect yourself against untrustworthy app developers and gain more control over your privacy on the Internet.
3. Install Privacy-Focused Extensions - HTTPS Everywhere will ensure the communication between you and sites is always encrypted, while DuckDuckGo keeps your web searches a secret and doesn’t show you targeted advertisements.