Google Messages is carrying out the ability to pin conversations to the top

Version 8.3.026 of the Google Messages application is carrying out this evening to clients on the beta program, and it enables a long-awaited feature for some: the capacity to pin conversations to the top of the list.

Toward the end of last month, we first found that version 8.1.050 had the secret capacity to pin discussions to the top. We discovered that the Messages application will allow clients to pin up to 3 discussions to the first spot on the list, guaranteeing that they’ll never be dislodged by approaching messages in different discussions. This is a fundamental feature found in numerous other messaging applications, and luckily, clients haven’t needed to stand by long for the feature to begin carrying out since we found it.

On the off chance that you update to rendition 8.3.026 of the Messages application, you may not promptly see the conversation pinning feature. On the off chance that you don’t see it, take a stab at clearing the reserve and power shutting the application. That is the thing that XDA Member cstark27 did, and he affirmed to us that the component is accessible on his Pixel 4a 5G running Android 12 just as his Pixel 4 XL running Android 11. While it doesn’t seem like this feature is attached to a specific OS rendition, I haven’t recognized the feature on any of my non-Pixel gadgets, yet I got it on my Pixel 3 XL.

Google as of late carried out another feature to the Messages application: message featuring. With this component, you can star a message and rapidly get back to it later on by tapping on the “featured” channel in search. Another helpful feature — message order — tragically still is by all accounts locale restricted. Rendition 8.3.025 of the Messages application — which likewise carried out today — changed the “More” classification to “Updates” yet in any case didn’t extend the accessibility of message categorization.