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Find Facebook Other Messages Spam Folder Via Messenger App or URL

by | Jun 5, 2016 | tech | 0 comments

Looking for that elusive Facebook “other” or “spam” messages folder? Well look no more! There are 3 main ways I know of:

1. From a desktop/laptop computer and some smart phones/tablets click on this link: https://m.facebook.com/messages/?folder=other and you should be taken to these hidden messages. If you are already logged into Facebook on said device, it may run more seamlessly; otherwise, you’ll just have to log in when you reach the link

2. From a desktop/laptop computer/full version of Facebook, navigate to your messages folder. From there, you should see the number of recent messages. And to the right, you should see the hyperlink, “Message Requests”.  Click on that link and from there you may see some hidden messages you didn’t know you had. You may also click on “See Filtered Request” to reveal even more content that was hidden from you.

3. Now I haven’t tried this on droid/android, but on my iPhone 6, here is an illustration of how to navigate to the Facebook “other” or “spam” messages folder from the Facebook App itself.  A little convoluted but doable:)

From the Facebook iPhone (maybe droid too)
app, click on “Messenger”

Next, click on “Me”

Next, click on “People”

Next, click on “Message Requests”

And if you don’t see what you are looking for by the blue arrows, then click the hyperlink by the red arrow that reads “See filtered request”

And here are the messages you have been missing, maybe for years. If you’re are a high profile kind of person, it is probably for the better; but I can think of a few circumstances where we would have appreciated this feature not being decided for us;)

 

Find Facebook Other Spam Messages Folder
Via Messenger App or URL

Looking for that elusive Facebook “other” or “spam” messages folder? Well look no more! There are 3 main ways I know of:

1. From a desktop/labtop computer and some smart phones/tablets click on this link: https://m.facebook.com/messages/?folder=other and you should be taken to these hidden messages. If you are already logged into Facebook on said device, it may run more seamlessly; otherwise, you’ll just have to log in when you reach the link

2. From a desktop/labtop computer/full version of Facebook, navigate to your messages folder. From there, you should see the number of recent messages. And to the right, you should see the hyperlink, “Message Requests”.  Click on that link and from there you may see some hidden messages you didn’t know you had. You may also click on “See Filtered Request” to reveal even more content that was hidden from you.

3. Now I haven’t tried this on droid/android, but on my iPhone 6, here is an illustration of how to navigate to the Facebook “other” or “spam” messages folder from the Facebook App itself.  A little convoluted but doable:)

From the Facebook iPhone (maybe droid too)
app, click on “Messenger”

Next, click on “Me”

Next, click on “People”

Next, click on “Message Requests”

And if you don’t see what you are looking for by the blue arrows, then click the hyperlink by the red arrow that reads “See filtered request”

And here are the messages you have been missing, maybe for years. If you’re are a high profile kind of person, it is probably for the better; but I can think of a few circumstances where we would have appreciated this feature not being decided for us;)

 

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