With the new screen sharing feature, Facebook Messenger users can share their phone screen with their friends and family. Through this feature, users can share a live view of all the things that they are doing at that time in their phones.
Facebook Messenger has launched a new feature called Screen Sharing which is available for both Android and iOS users. This feature can be used on mobile apps as well as web and desktop Messenger Rooms. Earlier this feature was also available on the video calling platform Zoom, just like Zoom, now Messenger users can also share their mobile and desktop screens on Instant Messenger with their friends. However, app users can share screens with only 8 people in a video call, while Messenger room support users can share screens with 16 people at a time. Earlier this month, there were reports that Facebook is reportedly working on integrating Messenger with WhatsApp these days.
With the new screen sharing feature, Facebook Messenger users can share their phone screen with their friends and family. Through this feature, users can share a live view of all the things that they are doing at that time in their phones. Regarding this feature, Facebook says that it “will keep you connected to your loved ones even though they are away from each other.”
Group video calls on the Messenger app add up to 8 people at a time. At the same time, 16 people can be added together at a time in the form of messenger.
However, with the announcement of this feature, Facebook also announced that it will soon expand the number of people in the screen share feature, after which you screen share feature with 50 people, not only with 8 and only 16 people. Can enjoy Apart from this, Facebook is also planning to add a control feature to it, which will allow room creators to decide whether they want to limit this screen share feature to themselves or allow other participants to do the same. want to give.
Let us tell you, in early July, there was news that Facebook is reportedly working on the integration of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. After its rollout, chat facility will be available on both these messaging platforms. However, there is no clear information yet on how Facebook completes this integration plan without compromising on data encryption and user security.