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Facebook just replaced your desktop inbox with Messenger

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Facebook has changed the way we read our private messages. Again. 

In the latest update sure to stir up the user base — even if it’s just for a little while — the social network appears to have ditched the old layout of its desktop website’s inbox, replacing it with Facebook Messenger.

The move to Messenger, first spotted by TechCrunch, brings even greater uniformity to the overall Facebook user experience. Your inbox on Facebook.com is now identical to your inbox on the Facebook mobile app, the Messenger mobile app and the standalone Messenger website, complete with the chat-friendly options that come along with the service, like built-in emoji, sticker and GIF buttons, along with the more specialized commands, like payment and games.  Read more…

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