Trying to practise zero email inbox? Bring that clean mindset to your Facebook messenger, too. Get rid of message bloat with an archive feature that removes messages from your main Chat inbox while saving them later.

The use of Facebook Messenger skyrocketed during the pandemic as more people became connected to the internet. While the archive feature has been around for a while, it may be time to use it if your inbox gets clogged with chats you don’t really need to see every time you open the app.

Here’s how to archive your Facebook Messenger chats later.

  1. Open App Messenger.
  2. Find a message you don’t want to keep in the main Chats inbox. Swipe the message left.
  3. Tap Archive’s purple tab. (You will see options to mark as unread, mute, ignore, delete or block.)

It’s it! You can find your archived messages here:

  1. Open App Messenger.
  2. Tap your left corner profile picture.

Tap Chats Archived.

You’ll see all the chats you’ve saved. You can then swipe each chat right again, hit unarchive, or tap More to mark unread, ignore, delete, or block.

Messenger added a few new features this week, including new Star Wars and Selena: the series chat themes, stickers celebrating the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and reading inbox message receipts so you can see at a glance that your message was received.

With Messenger, this update adds a lot. Messenger gets new themes and stickers. Maybe it’s too late for May 4th, but there’s a new Star Wars sticker pack.

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