It seems it's on their todo list:
Threaded messages are on our to-do list! 📋
an update from 8th june:
It's been taking awhile but it'll happen 👌
another from january 2016:
we're working on it. No ETA though (other than probably not too soon).
and more recently from sept 2016:
Threading is in the works — bear with us if you can. Thanks! 🏓
I found a clever hack based on one of the idiosyncracies of Gmail contacts. In Gmail addresses, the dot character is insignificant. Therefore email@example.com is equivalent to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org etc. Now suppose you want to block Mr Orwell, then this is what you need to do: Delete his contact. ...
I don't think it's compatible with the Preview Pane feature. Even if you have them both enabled, the Preview Pane has precedence and it moves the chat list to the left side.
You can disable the Preview Pane lab: Go to Mail settings -> Labs -> Search for Preview pane in the page -> Set it to Disable -> Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.
To enable ...
Gmail checks settings with built-in tools. You simply go to Chat settings page and click on Verify your settings (it has a plus sign to the left). There the instructions are straightforward: camera capture is shown to the right and mic level indicates if it's connected.
If you are using Google Hangouts instead of chat, you need to create an empty hangout, ...
Based on comments I know that you don't have any other devices connected (which is a big first thing to check if others have this problem in the future). And you have tried the 'traditional' turn off chat:
This is not a duplicate of How can I log out of Facebook chat?. It
says “Turn off chat” on that question's answer but I say “I turned off
chat but ...
When you add people to a DM (Direct Message), a new conversation will start without the previous message history. (If you'd like to keep message history, you can move the group DM to a private channel instead.)
I have struggled with this problem for the better part of this afternoon. There are several iterations of this question posted in the support forums, and so far I have not seen a single satisfactory answer. But I stumbled upon a solution. Others were on the threshold of the solution by suggesting that the individual contacts you want removed be deleted ...
I'm pretty sure it's not possible to do it using the native Gmail client. You could achieve this using a third party client like Adium (on Mac) or Pidgin (on Mac or Windows).
There is also this tutorial that explains how to import your contacts via PSI messenger, but I find it rather cumbersome.
You will have to install a different chat system - like Skype or Google Chat. This does mean that all your friends will have to install this chat system too, which is something they might not be willing to do if you are their only friend using this system.
The Google Apps Email Audit API allows Google Apps administrators to audit a user's email, email drafts, and archived chats. In addition, a domain administrator can retrieve account login information and download a user's mailbox.
I've been looking for this threaded conversation feature, too. One way I saw to accomplish it is to post "snippets" or "posts" to your group. Users can then comment on those "snippets/posts". I think the "snippet" feature is a bit better because (if you give each "snippet" a title) Slack will create a hyperlink from the title. This way any user can click the ...
Opening the "Preview" (Chat icon in the top bar) does not trigger the read receipt, neither does going to facebook.com/messages/. But opening the conversation (facebook.com/messages/?action=read&tid=id.123456789) by clicking on the message or opening the chat window sets the "seen" flag and Person A will see it although B is offline.
Source: Just tested
I have been trying to find the answer to a similar question however I think I can answer yours. Even if chat is turned off on your mobile, your last login to facebook mobile will be shown to friends who you do not have chat open to, at least it shows them in the web chat sidebar. The only way around this I have figured is to uninstall or logout of the mobile ...
The easiest alternative is using Slack with YellowAnt. YellowAnt provides a threaded message layer on top of Slack and can be easily integrated using Slack Webhooks.
You can try out YellowAnt here
More details in their documentation: https://www.yellowant.com/static/documentation/
Threaded messaging comes to Slack
Say someone posts a message in Slack that you want to follow up on, but the deeper conversation doesn’t apply to everyone. Now, you can kick off a detailed discussion on that particular topic by hovering over the message and clicking Start a thread. The right sidebar in Slack will open, and you ...
is:chat & in:chats are great, in the Gmail full Desktop Web view mode, BUT...
It doesn't work in Gmail's Basic HTML Desktop Web view;
It doesn't work in Gmail's Mobile Web view;
It doesn't work in the Google Voice web view;
It doesn't work in the Gmail mobile app itself;
As far as I can tell, it doesn't work within the API at all.
Since Gmail's full ...
I highly recommend the Minimalist Gmail extension if you are using Chrome. The amount of customization available is really useful to craft the perfect interface for Gmail.
I use it to turn off chat, invite, the toolbar on the footer, and many other tweaks.
The next generation of the minimalist tools by Ansel Santosa is now in beta, called ...
bring the cursor over the item in the chat list.
a window appears
move the cursor over to the far right bottom of that window, where a
(very small) down arrow appears.
click on the arrow
a window appears
click on the left margin next to "never show"
the contact instantly disappears from the chat list*
*Then, the exception, or at least one ...
From the Mac
From the actual Mac you need to set up the iChat application on your Mac.
From the Browser
Start a chat with a single person in your Chat list.
Once you’ve started the chat, click the person icon at the top of the chat window.
In the field labeled "Add people to this chat", enter the names of the contacts you want to add to your group chat.
Type the person’s name in chat (where you would have entered their name to start) (do not press enter/return)
In the window that appears next to their auto filled name, Uncheck "show in chat list"
Enjoy not seeing that person’s name
I have invited contacts to Google chat in 10 min with this.
Here is the procedure to do it in smart way,
Go to gmail web interface.
Click on contacts.
Search for 'gmail.com'.
Now you will get list of all contact who have gmail.com in it - Click on 'select all'
Create group - name it 'allgmail' (You can name anything you want).
Compose a new email
There is a built-in chat, which as far as I can tell is only accessible when multiple people have a document open. At the top-right corner, next to the "Comments" and "Share" buttons, there should be a chat icon.
The chat icon appears when another user opens the document. It seems that when all users except you have then closed the document, the icon ...
If you are looking for group chat functionality, then yes, Hangouts has it.
First, pick one of the contacts in your group that you want to add to the chat.
Then, you'll see the chat box pop up. Click the little icon of a person with a plus sign to add more people to the room.
Keep adding people as needed.
Chat replay works from the viewer's point of view, as if the Stream was being replayed live. That's because the "stream delay" is really Twitch's servers processing the video before broadcasting it back out on the streamer's channel page.
You can most clearly see this when watching archives of streamers that include chat in their stream video, such as ...
Jitsi Meet do not plan on providing an "Echo Test" service:
...we don't have plans to implement a pre-call device testing screen. While in a call though, you can open the device selection dialog and it will preview audio and video devices.
Posted at jitsi/jitsi-meet #1823
However, other hosts do provide echo tests, which allows you to at least test ...