Browser extension for busy people with manners
Back in the day, you could read a Facebook message and respond later when you had time, but did you know that Facebook shows others when you’ve “seen” a message? The sender may think of you as rude if you fail to respond, or delay a response after reading, be it an inbox message or a chat message.
Enter Chat Undetected, a browser extension for Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox, which disables the “seen” feature, and blocks users from seeing when you’ve viewed their Facebook message.
While the browser extension offers you a chance to be polite and simply respond when you have time, critics note that it is rude to turn the feature off.
We maintain, however, that a teenager turning it off to dodge mom or dad’s notes can be construed as rude, but a professional may have two seconds to view whether a message is life or death, while not having the time to formulate a meaningful response is not rude, but an attempt at efficiency.
The browser extension can help save time and trouble, but most of all is a chance to be polite, which is nice in the fast paced world of social media.
Click here to download Chat Undetected.