Lets 50 People Join Video Calls Facebook’s New ‘Messenger Rooms’

Lets 50 People Join Video Calls Facebook’s New ‘Messenger Rooms’

Because of the coronavirus epidemic, many organizations are now working from home. Video conferencing tools are gaining ground as a means of communicating with colleagues. At that time, many big companies including Microsoft and Google are busy capturing the market of remote working tools.

Facebook has introduced the facility to make group video calls of 50 people on Messenger
Lets 50 People Join Video Calls Facebook’s New ‘Messenger Rooms’ 

Meanwhile, a video conferencing app called Zoom has suddenly caught everyone's attention. Why is Facebook lagging behind? The world's largest social media platform has come up with a new feature to bet with their messenger.

Introducing Messenger Rooms

Messenger Rooms make it easy to spend quality time with friends, loved ones, and people who share your interests. Create a room right from Messenger or Facebook, and invite anyone to join your video call, even if they don’t have a Facebook account. Rooms will soon hold up to 50 people with no time limit.

Host celebrations, gather a book club, or just hang out on the couch with friends. You don’t need to call someone and hope it’s a good time or checks everyone’s calendar first. You can start and share rooms on Facebook through News Feed, Groups, and Events, so it’s easy for people to drop by. Soon we’ll add ways to create rooms from Instagram Direct, WhatsApp, and Portal, too.

If your friends or communities create rooms that are open to you, you’ll see them on Facebook so you can find things to do and people to hang out with. When you’re invited to a room, you can join from your phone or computer — no need to download anything to get started. If you have the Messenger app, you can play with AR effects like bunny ears, and new AI-powered features like immersive 360 backgrounds and mood lighting.

When you create a room, you choose who can see and join it. You can remove people from the call and lock a room if you don’t want anyone else to enter. Read more about the controls you have and how we built Rooms with privacy and security in mind.

Messenger Rooms is rolling out in some countries this week and will expand to the rest of the world in the coming weeks.

Using this new feature of Facebook Messenger called Messenger Rooms, you can make a group video call and share it with everyone through the link. Anyone who has the link will be able to join the video call directly without a Facebook account and without signing in anywhere (much like Zoom). You can set the privacy of these calls if you want (who can watch or join this video conference).

Facebook’s New ‘Messenger Rooms’
Facebook’s New ‘Messenger Rooms’ 

50 users will be able to have video conferencing together using this new messenger room of Facebook. Call time can be unlimited. Earlier Messenger could make group video calls up to 6 people.

If you make a video conference public and share it on Facebook, people will be able to view and join those video conferences on the Facebook News Feed.

Facebook News Feed
Facebook News Feed
Video call participants can change their video background. You can even use Messenger's various AR filters. It can use a 360 ​​° video background which will change the location as you move.

WhatsApp, another app of Facebook, can also hold video conferencing for 6 people from now on. Earlier, video conferencing of four people could be done on WhatsApp. WhatsApp video calls will be end-to-end encrypted, but Facebook video calls will not be encrypted like WhatsApp. However, Facebook has said it will not intercept users' video calls.

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