- On Thursday Facebook announced a new feature with which users will be able to broadcast live video calls with up to 50 participants.
- Now users can invite those people to join “Messenger Rooms” who don’t have a Facebook account.
- This move will amplify the position of Facebook as a video conferencing service and will compete Zoom which has become a household name in terms of video conferencing.
- The latest attire of Facebook is available in limited countries.
Facebook revealed on Thursday that it was rolling out a new feature that will enable users to broadcast live video calls with up to 50 people. Via this feature users can stream live video calls by utilizing Facebook’s Messenger Rooms product along with its Facebook Live livestreaming product. This is the great initiative of Facebook and will be beneficial for several live events, TV shows reunions and other networking events.
Because of the global pandemic, there was a surge in the demand for video conferencing calls, and Zoom dominated the video conferencing market and this move of Facebook will give direct competition to Zoom.
Other innovation organizations have turned out comparable highlights to pull in clients, with Alphabet-claimed Google permitting clients to have free video gatherings on Meet.
Facebook said it was revealing the component in certain nations on its foundation and Messenger web beginning Thursday and would before long extend to all nations where Messenger Rooms was accessible.
Live communicates from Facebook pages multiplied in June contrasted with a year sooner due with a bounce in live streams since March when a few nations started forcing lockdowns and social removing measures in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.