Chrome Extension FseenBlock Enables Facebook Users To Hide Their Messaging Activity

FseenBlockLogoFseenBlock, a browser extension for Google Chrome, provides the solution for something most Facebook users probably don’t see as a problem, enabling users to hide the fact that they have seen messages on the social network, or that they are typing in response to those messages.

Facebook users who want to hide this messaging activity, for whatever reason, can use the browser plugin to access messages from the social network’s inbox or chat box without their friends who sent the messages knowing about this, and it works for both one-on-one and group conversations.

Users can also block the “typing” notification that shows up when a user Is viewing a message and its respondent is in the process of replying.

Readers: Can you think of any reasons why you would want to hide the fact that you were replying to messages?

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