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This new feature in Google Messages will make your life easier

Google Messages will allow us to anchor up to 3 conversations and mark specific messages as favorites.

One of the most unknown Google applications for the vast majority of users is Google Messages. This happens because it is an app that is pre-installed on many Android phones and due to the little use we make of SMS today.

Although we hardly send text messages, we do continue to receive them and, for this reason, the American giant has included a novelty in Google Messages that will make life easier when locating a conversation or a specific message.

This will be the new Google Messages

The guys from XDA-Developers have discovered in the latest beta version of Google Messages, which has the version number 8.1.050, two new functions that will allow us to have our conversations much better organized: the anchoring of chats and the marking of some messages as favorites.

First, Google Messages will allow us to anchor a conversation at the top of the application, in order to access it quickly and easily.

As you can see in the screenshots that we leave below these lines, the Google messages application will allow us to anchor up to 3 chats at the top of the conversation list. The number of pinned conversations can vary before this feature reaches everyone and can either be increased or decreased.

The second functionality that will come to Google Messages is the possibility of marking some messages as favorites to locate them later using a filter, in a very similar way to how Gmail does.

As in the Google email client, these favorite messages will be represented with a star so that we can quickly locate them within our conversation list.

In addition, Google would be working to include, in the near future, in its message application other novelties such as a split-screen view for tablets and the sending of messages through a linked terminal.

We must remind you that these functions are not yet available to everyone, but everything seems to indicate that it will not take too long to reach the stable version of Google Messages.

Date update on 2021-05-31. Date published on 2021-05-31. Category: Computer class Author: Oscar olg Fuente: hielosmendez