Facebook New Features on Messenger Rooms, 50 people can talk together in a video call

Facebook's new surprise, Messenger Rooms - 50 people can talk together in a video call. You can have up to 50 video conferences at once using the Messenger Rooms app.

Facebook New Features on Messenger Rooms, 50 people can talk together in a video call

There is currently a lockdown circumstance around the globe to forestall crown diseases. In that circumstance, telecommuting is going on in practically all workplaces. What's more, in this circumstance Zoom turned out to be very well known as a video conferencing stage. Yet, the middle itself has cautioned about the security of this application So it is troublesome right now Facebook. 

Facebook New Features on Messenger Rooms, 50 people can talk together in a video call

Presently to make video stick simpler, Facebook has propelled Messenger Rooms. The organization has propelled this new application bunch with the point of keeping up video visits and social separation. Everybody should utilize Messenger Room for everything from festivities to Game Night.

You can have up to 50 video conferences at once using the Messenger Rooms app. Mark Zuckerberg himself announced the launch of Messenger Rooms in the middle of the night. He wrote that send a link at the invitation of a friend, and start chatting. It is not mandatory to have a Facebook account. Clicking on the link will make him join you in the chat.

Facebook New Features on Messenger Rooms

There is no time limit for video clinging, it comes with AI-like features. This will allow the user to use different filters during video calling. With the help of WhatsApp and Instagram, you can create rooms and send links.

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You can go to the NewsFeed and find a room where Anna has friends. And when you go to that room, you have to say ‘Hi’. The person who created the room will have the option to lock the room. As a result, no one will have to enter the room at that time. The admin will also have the option to remove someone.