How to Use Facebook Messenger Photo Magic?

Facebook has launched a new Photo Magic feature. Facebook added this good feature to their Facebook messenger app. Facebook Photo Magic will automatically scan picture (photo) as soon as you take it from the camera. It identified your Facebook friends, who appear in the picture and It automatically selects the Facebook friend address and reminds you to send this photo to your friend.

How to use Facebook messenger Photo Magic option?

First, update or download the latest version from Google Play Store: >>Click here to update or download<<

As soon as, you’ll update your Facebook messenger to the latest version and after the update when you open the app then you will see a notification about new Try Photo-Magic. To examine the options tap on TRY IT. Now it will scan your SD card If a photo of your Facebook friends to match the photo, it will show the message to send the photo to them. If a photo does not match then you will see No Photos Found message.

PhotoMagic automatically scan & select contant & remind you to send photo to your friend

How to enable & disable (turn on & turn off) Photo Magic-

If you don’t like Facebook Messenger Photo Magic feature then you can disable it by following these steps-

Open Facebook messenger & tap on Gear (Settings) icon from the top right.


In Settings tap on Photos & Media option.


Now in Photos & Media, you will see Photo-Magic Option. Tap on it.


By default, Photo Magic set on enable mode. If you want to disable this option then just uncheck the Photo-Magic option.


In addition, Facebook is also including Colour (Color) customization and friends nickname related option in the Messenger.

Color Customization- You can set different colors in chat exchange messages for each friend.

Friends Nick Name- Now you can set a nickname for your friend or family member such as Pramod Kumar ⇒ PK (Nickname), Father⇒ dad.

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