Last month, Facebook launched a video conferencing tool to compete with its video calling competitors Zoom, Google Meet, and other video conferencing platforms.
According to a new report, Messenger Rooms will soon move to a web version of WhatsApp. According to WABetaInfo, known for beta testing of popular messaging apps, messenger room shortcuts are enabled in WhatsApp Web version 2.2019.6. It will allow users to connect with their peers by Messenger Rooms from their PCs and laptops.
the shortcuts for WhatsApp Web is said to be currently under development and this version has not unveiled to all user yet, it is reported that it would be soon available to WhatsApp users via future updates.
The shortcut is said to appear below the Attach button along with other options. Clicking on the shortcut automatically takes the user to the messenger room window to initiate the video call. T
his feature asks the user to create a room from WhatsApp or go to Facebook Messenger to create a room. Users can also make group video calls or messenger room calls from WhatsApp Web or Messenger. The video host can send a link to the call, and participants simply click the link to join.
You can also invite people to your video call using Facebook news feeds, event pages, groups, and more. You don’t want to have a Facebook account or be friends with a Facebook host to join a video chat. There is no confirmation as to when the commercial unveiled of the integration is going to happen, but it could take a while since Messenger Rooms hasn’t launched globally as of yet.
Facebook started ‘Messenger Rooms’ last month to take on Zoom and other various video conferencing platforms. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to a huge spike in the adoption of such apps to keep social distancing with friends, families, and at work.
Messenger Rooms supports group video calls of up to 50 people with no time limit. Users can create a room using Messenger or Facebook, and invite their friends and family to join the video call, even if others don’t have a Facebook account.
There is no confirmation as to when a commercial rollout of the integration will take place, but it may take some time as the Messenger Room has not yet been released globally. Facebook launched a “messenger room” last month to support Zoom and various other video conferencing platforms.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has significantly increased the adoption of such apps to maintain social distances with friends, family, and the workplace. In the messenger room, you can make group video calls for up to 50 people with no time limit. Users can create rooms using Messenger or Facebook and invite friends and family to a video call even if they don’t have a Facebook account.