Now, any message from a non-friend who doesn’t have your phone number will go into your Message Requests at the top of Messenger on mobile or in the Messages tab on web.
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It took a Linked In request before he realized what he was missing. Rolling out globally starting today is Facebook’s replacement for the Other Inbox which it calls “Message Requests”.
It means all someone needs in order to contact you is your name, but you have control over whether they can contact you again.
Once someone has yours, you can’t stop them from contacting you.
Someone might want you to call them, but if you don’t have their random string of digits, you can’t.
It is very vital part for any game and it is extremely stupid not to have it ability to chat to your opponent.
How in hell are we suppose to make friends if those systems are not included? Essentially, Message Requests are like Friend Requests for chat.Except they create a new kind of relationship on Facebook — non-friends who can message you.Facebook is trading our “privacy by obscurity” for “openness with control”.Facebook’s head of Messenger David Marcus himself notes that “While this may seem like a small change, it’s actually a foundational development.” Previously, regarding the ability to contact someone, we had privacy by obscurity: someone couldn’t call or text you if they didn’t have your number. Even if you blocked their number, they could always change theirs or use someone else’s phone.I think I read somewhere that devs don't even plan on adding it.