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It's the version of butt dialing—accidentally placing a call to a friend through Facebook Messenger. Disabling the ability to make video and voice calls through the desktop version of Facebook Messenger is pretty straightforward.
On the chat panel on the right-hand side of the screen, users can click the gear icon to bring up the options menu. People can also select a specific length of time to turn the feature off or leave if it off indefinitely.
But, there is a way to prevent the problem. If the phone icon is pressed, the app will ask for permission to access the microphone rather than placing the call. This will also prevent people from taking a video with sound directly through the Messenger app as well, which could potentially save you from an awkward conversation about why you called a friend from the grocery store.
Facebook launched voice calling through Messenger back inand worked with Skype to offer video calling. The app has continued launching other services through the app by connecting with Lyft, OpenTable, Kayak, Spotify and Delivery. The app also started letting users make peer-to-peer payments similar to Venmo in Save FB Tweet More. Popular Smart Phone Apps Of Credit: Carl Court—Getty Images. Close in.
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