Zoom, you probably know this for it’s security issues more than it’s features. Well, Facebook was working on something before the pandemic and the company has released it now.
It is called ‘Messenger Rooms‘, a tile style group video call in messenger which supports upto 50 participants.
As mentioned in the title, here are some of the upcoming features to more facebook apps:
- Ability to invite someone on a virtual date in Facebook Dating. When they accept, you can start a video chat in Messenger
- Old feature “Live With,” so you can add another person to your live video, such as a guest speaker, or so you can perform with a friend
- Livestream games from your phone to Facebook using the new Facebook Gaming app available on Google Play. The app also lets you play games instantly, watch your favorite streamers and discover new gaming groups
- Abililty to livestream on Facebook Portal, not just to your profile, but to pages and groups
- Donate button on live videos
- You can now watch the audio version of the live stream if you have low internet connection
- If you don’t have a Facebook account, most public live videos are now available on the web. Some pages can also share a toll-free number that lets you listen to the audio.
- Group voice and video calls will support eight people, up from four
- You can watch and comment on live videos from your desktop. After you go live, you’ll soon be able to save your videos to IGTV
- You can watch Instagram Live broadcasts on desktop and post livestreams to IGTV, not just to Stories