Introducing Facebook Messenger Rooms
This had to come and will be online in a short time. Yes, Facebook is taking aim at the video conferencing market. With the very popular Zoom, Microsoft’s stable Skype and Teams, Google enhanced Duo and the face to face social network, Houseparty all busy on the current market, Facebook is about to launch, Messenger Rooms.
What is Facebook Messenger Rooms?
Facebook Messenger Rooms are joinable group video calls allowing users to hang out with up to 50 people with no time limit. An enormous amount of the world’s population have a Facebook profile, users can expect to join rooms, play with flash and funky augmented reality filters, backgrounds and lighting.
The new and global feature, which Facebook says will be available in the next few weeks (posted 27-04-20). The room’s creator can decide whether it’s open to all or lock it to prevent uninvited guests from joining. You’ll be able to start a room from Messenger and Facebook to start.
The creator of a room can be locked at any time, unwanted participants can be removed from the room. A user can leave the room independently. Reporting and blocking also feature.
Facebook’s move comes as COVID-19, the global pandemic has forced hundreds of millions of people to stay indoors and rely on digital tools for nearly all of their work, schooling, and play. More than 700 million people are now making calls on Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp every day.
You can be sure that this new feature will be knocking on the doors of the existing players in the current market – The world is changing in how we communicate. It’s only a matter of believing that your data is safe and sound. Refinement of these Apps and platforms has been ongoing to keep users safe from harm and secure data protection. Take Aim, Facebook Messenger Rooms is coming…
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