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Facebook Launches Messenger Rooms Video Conferencing Service
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Facebook Launches Messenger Rooms Video Conferencing Service

Gs Shoro News
Up to 50 people can chat at the same time, including without Facebook accounts.
Facebook has announced a new service for communication Messenger Rooms. It is designed for video conferencing, which has become especially popular in isolation and quarantine.
Messenger Rooms can host video chats with up to 50 people. To connect, it will be enough just to follow the link of the creator of the conference, and a social network account is not required for this. You can communicate without time limits, which gives a clear advantage in comparison with the same Zoom.
Conferences can be created both through Facebook and Messenger. In the latter case, in real-time, users will be able to apply “masks” and use various effects. You can keep your room open for connecting all day, expecting someone to join and keep you company.
Messenger Rooms will appear in some countries this week, and later the service will be available worldwide. Facebook also promises to add the ability to create video chat rooms on Instagram and WhatsApp.