The popular messaging app is testing chat bubbles for messages in its beta version, and we’ll tell you how to activate them.
Telegram is currently the main alternative messaging app to WhatsApp, so it does not cease its efforts to incorporate new functions with which to attract more users. If the app was recently updated with sending files up to 2GB, has now announced the arrival of chat bubbles, and we will tell you how you can activate them.
The popular messaging application is testing chat bubbles for messages, as reported by XDA. A feature currently found available in beta version 6.3.0 of Telegram and that allows users to have conversations in the form of bubbles, which act as a kind of notifications in true Facebook Messenger style.
Bubbles that, when receiving a message from the application, appear as an icon that can be moved around the screen and expand to open a floating window with said conversation. A really useful tool to chat while doing other things, but at the moment it is only available for those users who have the latest version of the Telegram beta on their android device.
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How to activate the Telegram bubbles
The beta version of Telegram now includes support for these chat bubbles, although the same source points out that it seems that not all Android 10 smartphones work with this feature (in fact they claim that in their tests they only worked correctly on an OPPO Find X2 Pro). To activate them you have to follow a series of steps, since they do not come from the factory.
The first of them is having the 6.3.0 version of the Telegram beta. Then there is only open developer options -which is done by tapping on the Telegram version in the settings- and then activate ‘Enable chat bubbles’ in the ‘Debug Menu’ (as can be seen in the images located on these same lines).
In this way, every time a message is received a floating bubble icon will appear in which you can see both the profile photo of the person who writes and the message received. Tapping on that bubble opens a compact view of the conversation, allowing the user to both answer and view the entire conversation. It is important to remember that this is a developing function, so there could be some mistake, although not serious.
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