The Messenger team has been largely focused on mobile rather than desktop or even web features.
Now that it has 1.3 billion monthly users, though, it could potentially explore desktop software to keep growing. As Facebook evolves from text towards visual communication, being able to show people what you’re looking at could be an important complement to video chat.
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Tech Crunch has discovered that Facebook has stealthily launched official desktop PC and Mac chat apps with screen sharing — two features users have been begging for.
Not only can you share your full-screen, but you can select to only share a specific desktop app you’re running.
That could be invaluable if you want to avoid embarrassing yourself or exposing sensitive work data or communications.
So if you want to safe your money, it's a good idea to nail down exactly what you need and what you don't.
For example, you might only share Excel or your web browser, but not Slack or your email client.
Establishing this level of privacy for screen sharing is important since that’s one of the biggest concerns of clients using office software made by Facebook.
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