Messenger is used to send messages, share data, images, videos, stickers, music, and videos, as well as to react to messages from other users and communicate with bots.
Everyone is trying to find out how to Bump messages in Messenger after the release of the new update in 2022.
What does Bump mean in Messenger?
Bumping a message can help remind others of something previously sent in a chat. When you Bump a previous message on Messenger, it will appear to the top of the chat, next to the most recent messages. You may do this for your own or someone else’s previous messages.
In chat, bumped messages will be notified to people in the chat. Messages such as polls, location-sharing details and missed calls cannot currently be bumped.
See here for a step-by-step guide on how to Bump a message in a chat on Messenger.
How to Bump a message in a chat on Messenger
- Open Messenger on your phone.
- Then tap and hold on to the message you want to bump.
- Now tap on “More”.
- Finally, tap on Bump.
Note: Bumping messages is not currently supported in end-to-end encrypted chats.