The Red Exclamation Point in Messenger: What Does It Mean?
If you’re an avid user of the popular messaging app, Messenger, then you’ve likely noticed the red exclamation point at the top of the app. But what does this symbol mean?
The red exclamation point in Messenger is a notification that you’ve received a message from someone. This could be a text message, a video call, or even a voice message. The red exclamation point will appear whenever you receive a new message, regardless of the type of message.
The red exclamation point will remain until you open the message. Once you open it, the exclamation point will disappear. If you have multiple messages, the exclamation point will remain until you open all of them.
If the red exclamation point is still there after you’ve opened all your messages, it could mean that you’ve received a message from a group chat. In this case, you’ll need to go into the group chat and open the message to make the exclamation point disappear.
The red exclamation point is a great way to keep track of your messages and ensure that you don’t miss anything important. So the next time you see the red exclamation point in Messenger, you’ll know exactly what it means.