Messenger 'Rooms' feature added to the beta version of WhatsApp, now 50 people can video chat together.

Facebook has released a video calling feature on WhatsApp for 50 people simultaneously. A new messenger room has been rolled out by Facebook for service users. On WhatsApp too, users are getting a shortcut to the messenger room. This shortcut is being given in some countries on the Android beta app of WhatsApp. With the help of this shortcut, Facebook Messenger Rooms can be created and video chat can be done with 50 people simultaneously.

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According to a report by WABetaInfo, Facebook-owned WhatsApp Messenger has added the Facebook Messenger Room shortcut to WhatsApp version 2.20.163 beta for Android. Let us know that this feature was seen in WhatsApp version 2.20.163 beta for Android, is now available for select beta testers. It is also speculated that soon this feature will be extended to more beta users with updates.

Soon it will also be made available on Instagram

According to the report, the company is currently making it available for testing among select users in the US. It will be rolled out to all users only after successful testing. It has also been reported in the report that soon Messenger Rooms will also be made available on Instagram. Although not much has been disclosed about this.

What do you need to do to join a group call?

With the help of the Messenger Rooms feature added to the beta version of WhatsApp, users can go directly to this app and use it. An image has also been shared in the report, which shows that these features will be visible in the chat share window along with the gallery, location, camera and contact features. In it, you will see the 'Rooms' icon made. According to the report, the manger room feature shortcut can also be seen in the Call tab. Through this, users can add up to 50 people to a group call at a time.

Video conferencing app demand increased significantly

Explain that Facebook has brought a group video calling app at a time when the demand for video conferencing app has increased due to the lockdown worldwide. The worldwide lockdown caused by the Corona virus has promoted work through online platforms. Video conferencing has been the most watched especially from home. Applications that involve many users in video conferencing at the same time are few, and most of these discussions have been done between Zoom and Google Meet these days. Now to challenge them, Facebook has also launched its 'Messenger Room' video calling platform.
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