We are reader supported. External links may earn us a commission.


Facebook debuts Messenger Rooms that supports video calls with up to 50 people

By Nadeem Sarwar April 26, 2020, 5:43 am

With video conferencing platforms such as Zoom and Skype booming in popularity these days, Facebook is introducing a solution of its own. Welcome Messenger Rooms, a group video calling service deeply integrated into Facebook’s own ecosystem that allows up to 50 people to join a video call.

Messenger Rooms has already started rolling out and will be available globally in the upcoming weeks. There is no need to download a dedicated app or software though, as users can start a video call room directly from Facebook or the Messenger app on their phone.

The best part is, even if you don’t have a Facebook account, you can still join the Messenger Rooms group video call via a link. And in order to make them easily accessible, users can share their group video call invites on Events, Groups, and News Feed.


Notably, Facebook also plans to let users start a Messenger Rooms group video call from Instagram Direct, WhatsApp, and Portal. You can check more details about Messenger Room’s features and security measures here.

Source: Facebook


Latest Articles


How to skip CAPTCHAs with iOS 16?

In this article, we will explore how Apple aims to avoid CAPTCHAs and the settings you must have configured on your iPhone to ensure you're ready to breeze past any puzzles.

By Aryan Suren June 26, 2022, 4:00 pm

iPad Pro 2022: Everything we know so far!

It is expected that before the end of 2022, we may have the chance to see the next generation of iPad Pro, and in this article, we've compiled all the information that's currently available about these upcoming tablets.

By Aryan Suren June 26, 2022, 10:30 am