With the lockdown extending in almost every part of the world because of the affect of the pandemic caused by COVID-19, almost everyone is now using one or another video conferencing application to get in touch with their friends, family and colleagues. Recently, most of the zoom users stopped using ZOOM video conferencing platform because of it being reported for privacy issues. With the increasing demand of video conferencing application, Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg announced the latest feature of Messenger Rooms for video calls up to 50 people and no limit, in a live stream today.
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Now, with messenger rooms for Facebook Video Calling you can have team meetings with maximum number of the participants. Even if you don’t have Facebook account, you can join the messenger video call room via a link
Some features of Facebook Messenger Rooms for video calls
- The host can decide if the room is open to all or lock to present uninvited guests from joining.
- The host can remove participants at any time during video call
- Users can start a room or join the video call from both Messenger and Facebook applications.
- While video conferencing, you can use the augmented filters and real-life virtual backgrounds.
Moreover, when it comes to privacy, Facebook has accepted that the messenger room calls are not end to end encrypted But Facebook won’t view or listen to calls. This video conferencing feature will be available to all the users in the upcoming weeks.