Meta's Messenger may become the first third-party widget in Windows 11
Meta's Messenger may become one of the first third-party widgets for Windows 11. On Wednesday, Microsoft announced that a preview version of the app is now available in the Microsoft Store with support for widgets that allow you to view your latest messages right from the Windows panel.
It seems that the widget is only available to Insider Preview members, so most people won't be able to try it out yet. Microsoft reports that third-party widgets have a few system issues, such as suddenly disappearing from the widget bar for a period of time, so it's best to wait for the full release of the feature and use it without incident.
If you're participating in the preview, you can try the Messenger widget by downloading or updating the app, opening the widget board, and clicking the "+" button to access the list of available widgets. Then click on Messenger, which should pin it to the top of the board.
Source: The Verge