Facebook users will be capable to see up to six persons at a time in group video chats.
Facebook had recently refurbished its Facebook Messenger app’s plan to make it more camera-focused and put up numerous features like 3D masks and text-based sculpture proposals. Currently, the business has added an extra feature that will add further efficacy to the app-group video calls. This video calling feature had been invited for quite some time nowadays but the social networking giant has lastly certain to roll it out for Android and iOS devices as well as Web version international.
Facebook Messenger users will be capable to see up to 6 people at a time but up to 50 individuals can join in the chat through voice or camera, the firm had said in its recent news ospt. “When more than 6 individuals are on the call, just the main speaker will be shown to all the participants,” it declared. In order to initiate a facebook group video chat, users should go to an already present group conversation, or generate a new one, and tap the video icon on the top-right of the screen.
The complete group members will then be advised and can link in the video chat through a single tap. “For an extra prod, you can also straight ring just a few people or the complete group,” Facebook told.
In an exciting move, the social media networking giant is also developing out a feature that lets users to add some background colours to their text posts on Facebook, as per a declaration by The Next Web. In order to add some colour to the posts, users should tap on the status bar, select from the colour choices (which include gradient choices), as per the crash. The feature allegedly doesn’t work for links, picture, or video posts.
This alteration marks an enormous deviation from Facebook’s trademark elegance with plain and simple aesthetics. The aspect is already progressing out to Android devices but will mark its way to iOS as well. The latest feature will be accessible for the Web version “in future months,” as per the declaration.
Bearing in mind that Christmas is just round the corner, it may not be a bad notion to start a group video chat with your friends and family. You can further choose to add some colours of the festival in your Facebook posts and make the most out of the new changes from the social media platform.