Facebook Messenger can now automatically translate messages between Spanish and English as part of a new M Translation feature that was first announced at F8 earlier this year, via Engadget. … Then, Messenger’s M bot will pop up and offer to immediately translate it.
Does Facebook Messenger have an auto translate?
Auto-translation is enabled on a per-conversation basis, and all messages are shown in both the original language and translated version. You can opt-out of the feature at any time via the M Settings menu in Messenger, accessible by tapping your profile picture in the top-left corner of the app.
Where has Facebook gone translation?
If the See Translation button is missing on Facebook, this means the translation options are off for that language. You can always enable them from Settings → Translations for posts. Enjoy using Facebook the way you want!
In the top left of Facebook, tap your profile picture. Scroll down and tap Settings. Tap Language and Region below Preferences. Tap Language you’d like to have posts translated into.
Is there a messaging app that automatically translates?
Now, instead of typing out a message and translating it after the fact with Now on Tap, or inputting text into Google’s dedicated Translate app, Gboard will do it automatically for you once you tap the Translate icon.
Did Facebook Stop translating Thai?
Facebook has stopped offering to translate Thai to English, apparently because a word was wrongly translated in a post referring to a royal ceremony. According to FB, they are working to ‘resolve some technical issues’. The translations were pretty useless anyway, so translating a word wrongly is no surprise.