Facebook said on Thursday it was rolling out a feature that would allow Consumers to broadcast live a video call with up to 50 Individuals.
Users can invite people to connect”Messenger Rooms”, including those who don’t have a Facebook accounts, for collection video calls and then broadcast the room live on any profile, group or page on the stage, the company stated.
The move bolsters Facebook’s efforts to grab a share of the coronavirus-driven flourish in demand for video conferencing solutions, which has flipped Zoom Video Communications into a family name.
Other technology companies have rolled out similar qualities to attract users, with Alphabet-owned Google enabling users to sponsor free video conferences on Meet.
Facebook said it had been rolling out the attribute in some nations on its own platform and Messenger web starting Thursday and would soon expand to all nations where Messenger Rooms was available.
Live broadcasts from Facebook pages doubled in June compared with a year earlier due to a jump in live streams since March, when many states began imposing lockdowns and social networking measures in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.