Apparently, multiple users have reported that they see the new option in the Settings menu of the Messenger app for Android devices.
Are you having a problem on your Facebook Messenger eating too much of your data budget?
There's no news yet on when the feature will be available, but the launch comes after Facebook released a Data Saver mode for its main app back in June. The data saver option will help users use their cellular data more effectively and will likely prove to be cost-efficient. When you are connected to a Wi-Fi network, the app will automatically download videos and pictures.
There are no compression methods, but this data saver mode on Facebook Messenger Beta will now stop the app from downloading photos and videos automatically. Facebook Messenger is notoriously data-hungry.
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I like the fact that one can view how much data has been saved and to reset it is better still. It now offers much more than just the ability to chat with your friends and family, all of those features require mobile data so a data saver feature will surely come in handy for those who tend to use Messenger a lot. Over Wi-Fi, the auto downloads are still on. You will need to enable it using the toggle.
Google introduced a data saving app for YouTube not quite long ago, and this only suggests that tech companies are channeling their efforts towards that. The social media company, this time, is making ways to lessen the data consumption of the Messaging app by putting a data saver on it.
Facebook isn't rolling out the feature to all of its users yet, since it is now in its beta testing phase. This means that all images and videos received by the user will only be downloaded and viewable when the user taps on them.