To a first start in the last month Facebook’s new Messenger Rooms feature for group video chats, limited to a handful of countries, is available worldwide. The company said Thursday.
Messenger Rooms supports up to 50 people in one room at a time and is a zoom-like video chat tool that is available for video chat at a time couldn’t be more in demand. Video chats about rooms are unlimited in time People can enter a room using a phone or computer – regardless of whether you have a Facebook account.
The Messenger Rooms privacy page Details of some of the steps Facebook takes to keep the feature safe. Room creators can lock their room to prevent people from joining, removing unwanted attendees, or blocking or reporting users who violate the site Community standards.
“Regardless of whether you use Rooms through your Facebook account or join as a guest, we don’t see or hear your audio or video calls,” says Facebook.
According to Facebook, anyone in the world can create a room using the Messenger app, while users in North America can also create a room using Facebook.
“We’ll be adding more features to Messenger Rooms in the coming months,” says Facebook. “We hope Messenger Rooms will enable people everywhere to stay connected with the people they love, wherever they are.”