It can be tough to keep your inbox organized and tidy, especially when you’re receiving messages from both your marketplace and messenger channels. In this article, we’ll give you a step-by-step guide on how to separate your marketplace messages from your Messenger ones. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be able to better manage your incoming communications.
What Is the Marketplace on Messenger?
The Marketplace is a feature on Messenger that allows businesses to connect with customers for transactions. It’s an easy way for people to buy things without ever having to leave the app.
You can find the Marketplace by tapping on the three lines in the top left corner of your Messenger home screen, and then selecting “Marketplace.” You’ll be able to browse products and services from a variety of businesses, and you can even purchase them directly from within Messenger.
Benefits of Separating Marketplace Messages from Messenger
Users can customize the interface of their messenger
- Select a new background color, which will be applied to all messages in that conversation. This includes reply text and links (if you have linked images or videos).
- Change the font color, size and style for each message within a conversation. You can also choose between different fonts as well as their sizes! You can change these settings even if other users in your group are using different ones than what you’ve set up yourself.
- Choose from one of many pre-defined templates for your own custom theme (or create your own).
Users are able to view multiple marketplaces simultaneously
One of the biggest benefits of separating messaging from marketplace content is that users are able to view multiple marketplaces simultaneously. This allows them to see a list of all their marketplaces and stay on top of the latest deals, while still being able to easily navigate between different platforms.
Users can get notifications if they want to
As a user, you have the option to opt out of receiving notifications. You can also customize the types of messages you receive via Marketplace Messages and Messenger separate from your main account. For example, if you’d rather only see Marketplace messages when it’s convenient for you, that’s an option too!
If there are certain types of content that aren’t suitable for messaging (like nudity or other explicit language), we recommend turning off notifications completely until they’re needed again later.
Users can also turn off notifications
You can also turn off notifications for the marketplace. To do so, go to your messenger settings and look for a list of apps that have access to your account (in addition to other platforms). The app that has access to your account is usually the one you want to disable notifications for. If there are any others listed in this list, make sure they aren’t selected as well.
If you’d like more options on how best to manage your Marketplace messages, we recommend checking out our guide on How To Manage Marketplace Messages In Messenger here: https://www.facebookincubatoraccountservices/docs/marketplace-messages-in-messenger#!/guide_marketplace_message
Users can connect to their marketplace provider anytime
Users can use the messenger on multiple devices, such as an Android phone, Windows PC and Macbook Airs; they won’t be limited by the OS version of their device (e.g., iOS users won’t have access to Linux servers).
The system is available without an internet connection so it’s not necessary for you to log in every time you need help figuring out what happened with your marketplace products after they’ve been purchased online! This makes it easy for anyone who wants assistance managing their business’ inventory and shipping processes without having access through traditional means such as email inboxes or phone calls—you’ll never miss another opportunity because someone forgot something important!”
Users can share links with friends and family easily
Messaging apps are more popular than marketplaces, and they’re the main way users share information with friends and family. If you’re using a messaging app to share links, it’s easier for people to use your product because they have access to other people who can help them navigate the process of using that service. The data collected by messaging apps can also be used for marketing purposes—if you know which messages get shared most often, you’ll be able to determine what kinds of messages are most helpful for getting new customers through your door.
Messaging providers will have more time to focus on their products and users
The separation of marketplace messaging from messenger will allow messaging providers to better focus on the user experience and customer service. By separating these two functions, messaging providers can create a more seamless experience for users who want to interact with them through their website or app. This allows them to provide a better overall user experience while also improving their chances at retaining existing customers by making it easier for those consumers to reach out when they have questions or concerns about using the product or service being offered by the company behind this project (i.e., Amazon).
How to Disable Marketplace Notifications from Messenger
Open the Messenger app
- Open the Application Store on your iPhone, tap the icon that looks like a camera, and then tap App Store.
- In the search box at the top of your screen, type “Messenger” and then tap Messenger in the results list that appears onscreen (or scroll down if it’s not there).
- Tap Settings from inside of Messenger’s Settings menu or open it by tapping Advanced Settings in any screen you’re already viewing within this app’s interface
Tap your profile picture in the upper-left corner
Tap your profile picture to open the app. The profile picture is a silhouette of a person, and it can be found in the upper left corner of your screen.
Tap Notifications & Sounds
Tap the gear icon in the upper-right corner of your screen and select Notifications & Sounds.
Scroll down to Messenger and then tap it under Other Notifications. Uncheck Allow Notifications and uncheck Chat Heads if you don’t want notifications from Messengers’ app notifications to appear on your device’s lock screen or notification panel (if it has one).
Scroll down, and then tap “Messenger” under Other Notifications
You’ll see a list of apps that you can manage notifications for in your settings menu. Scroll down to find Messenger and uncheck Allow Notifications so that it doesn’t show any notifications anymore.
Uncheck Allow Notifications and uncheck Chat Heads
To disable notifications and chat heads, follow these steps:
- Open the Messenger app on your phone.
- Tap the menu button in the upper-right corner of your screen (it looks like three horizontal lines).
- Tap Settings > Account > Notifications & Chat Heads or press down on “Notifications” at the top of your screen until you see a checkbox next to “Allow notifications from friends.” Uncheck this box if you want to prevent Messenger from sending any notifications about new messages or chats; otherwise leave it checked so that your messages will still appear as reminders when they arrive in order for you to respond or interact with them later on!
Marketplace notifications are annoying, but they can be disabled.
You can disable the Marketplace notifications in Messenger.
To do so:
- Open the Messenger app on your phone or tablet and go to Settings > Privacy & Security > Notifications (the last option in this list).
- Tap on Add New Notification and select “Apps.”
- Find the app that you want to keep from bothering you, then tap Remove from My Device (the grayed-out button).
How to Automatically Filter and Delete Marketplace Messages From Your Inbox
If you want to take things one step further, you can set up filters in your email inbox to automatically sort and delete messages from the marketplace. This will help ensure that you’re only receiving messages from the people you want to talk to.
It’s a pretty straightforward process. First, open up your inbox and click on the “Settings” option. Then, select “Filters and Blocked Addresses” and create a new filter. Enter the domain name of the marketplace in the box provided—for example, if you’re looking to block messages from eBay, enter “ebay.com” into the box. When you have finished entering all of your desired domains, click on “Create Filter with this Search” and choose what action should be taken on messages that match your criteria—you can select “Delete it” if you would like them to be completely removed from your inbox.
And that’s it! You have now successfully set up a filter which will automatically delete any unwanted marketplace messages from your inbox, leaving only those which are important for you to concentrate on.
Utilizing Third-Party Tools to Manage Your Marketplace Messages
One of the most effective ways to separate marketplace messages from messenger is to use third-party tools. There are several tools available that can help you manage your marketplace messages, including sorting, merging and archiving.
These tools will make the process of separating your messages easier and more efficient. They can help you sort through all the emails in your inbox, identify the ones related to your marketplace product, and move them into their own separate inbox or folder for easy access.
Additionally, these third-party tools can provide you with insights into which emails are generating sales and what specific promotions are working best. This helps you to better understand how you’re using email marketing for your business, so you can make adjustments accordingly.
Using a third-party tool is definitely something worth considering if you want to take control of your inbox and make sure that marketplace messages stay organized and separate from messenger correspondence.
Tips on Avoiding Unwanted Marketplace Messages in the Future
The best way is to treat all messages on the platform as if they could be coming from a Marketplace sender. This means that it’s important to always check the sender’s information, such as their name and profile photo, before taking action. If the person appears to be a Marketplace user, you can use your best judgment as to whether or not you want to open and respond.
You can also create a rule for yourself or your team when it comes to responding or engaging with messages from Marketplace users. For instance, you could decide that you won’t respond unless the message is specific and relevant. This can help limit your inbox from becoming overwhelmed with random messages from Marketplace users.
Although taking control of your inbox may seem like a daunting task at first, by understanding how to separate marketplace messages and implementing simple strategies for avoiding unwanted ones, it can soon become second nature.
To sum up, the first step is to open the Messenger app and click on the three lines in the top left corner. From there, select “Settings & Privacy.” Under “Notifications,” make sure to turn off the “Marketplace Messages”. You can also customize your notification settings for other apps and features in Messenger by scrolling down. When you have turned off Marketplace Messages notifications, you can go about your day and rest assured that you will only be notified when you receive a message from a friend or family member. Enjoy your newfound peace of mind!