Facebook Messenger gains Zoom functions and video call with 50 people

Facebook Messenger gains Zoom functions and video call with 50 people

In addition to the Messenger Rooms with 50 people on video call, the company announced other news for Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp

O Facebook presented in this month the Messenger Rooms (or Messenger Rooms). This is a new feature that allows you to create groups and video chat with up to 50 friends at the same time. It works as a group of videos, where anyone can watch, even those who do not have an account on the social network. As explained by Facebook, O Messenger Rooms arriving in some countries soon, but the list of regions has not been revealed.

The company explains that the resource can be used to organize celebrations, spend time with friends, or create a reading club. O Messenger Rooms arrives during the boom of live streams on social networks due to isolation. The platform is also another option for users and will compete directly with the zoom, Skype, Google Meet, among others.

With privacy scandals involving the zoom, and also as a strategy to already have a large user base, the Facebook is launching several video call features for the Messenger. In addition to the messaging service, the company announced updates for the Instagram it's the Whatsapp. Check out the news shared and see how to make video calls with more people.

How Messenger Rooms works

Messenger Rooms screensFacebook is launching Messenger Rooms

It is now possible to create video call rooms on Messenger or Facebook and invite people to participate. The objective of the Facebook allow the user to create video call rooms to include up to 50 participants. Unlike the Instagram, O Messenger Rooms have no time limit.

When the room is created, you can define who can see and participate, in addition to choosing whether the group will be open to anyone from the social network or private. When using the resource, the person will have access to the settings: to lock (for anyone to enter without authorization); remove a participant; block a participant; denounce; and get out (even if the room is locked, you can stop participating).