1. SmeeBig7's Avatar
    What's the difference between "PIN-ing" a contact and actually sending them a message (to their PIN) via BBM?

    I ask because I PINned someone this morning and it shows up in my message list in red; it does not, however, also appear within my BBM chat list...

    Anyone? Thanks!

    SmeeBig7.
    03-28-10 11:49 AM
  2. BergerKing's Avatar
    Your PIN is probably set to make PIN messages as Level 1, which makes them red to grab your immediate attention. And PIN messages are separate functions from BBM messages. PINs are a direct device-to-device email.

    To change, open Messages>Menu>Options>General Options>Actions>Make PIN messages Level 1>No>Escape and save.

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    Last edited by BergerKing; 03-28-10 at 12:07 PM.
    03-28-10 12:03 PM
  3. SmeeBig7's Avatar
    So PIN messages are closer to text messages, and they are sent to a BBM contact in e-mail form?

    Thank you both for clarifying.

    SmeeBig7.
    03-28-10 12:08 PM
  4. jgodin03's Avatar
    No need to send it to a bbm contact. Only need the person's pin.

    Pin is like berry to berry email. And ping is like the windows live messenger Wizz...

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    03-28-10 12:11 PM
  5. SmeeBig7's Avatar
    No need to send it to a bbm contact. Only need the person's pin.

    Pin is like berry to berry email. And ping is like the windows live messenger Wizz...

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    Wizz?

    But, thanks, this makes sense for me!

    SmeeBig7.
    03-28-10 12:13 PM
  6. puja_g's Avatar
    It's the same thing as the nudge thing on msn, but just on bbm
    03-28-10 01:58 PM
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