This feature allows users to create a room with up to 50 people without any time limit. As per the company’s blog post, a room can be created from Messenger or Facebook. It provides the ability to share links to invite anyone to join, even if they don’t have a Facebook account. This 50 person limit is far higher than other video conferencing platforms.
The host has the ability to choose who can see and join your room or remove people from your room and lock the room to deny entry to anyone else.
Messenger Rooms lets you create a room to host joinable free video calls with no time limit, making it easy to spend quality time with friends, loved ones and people who share your interests. Rooms can be created right from Messenger or Facebook and gives you the ability to share links to invite anyone to join, even if they don’t have a Facebook account.
With this update, Facebook users globally can create a room from Messenger, and users in North America can create a room from Facebook. Facebook is also starting to rollout the ability to host up to 50 people in a room globally.
There will be more features added to Messenger Rooms in the coming months. We hope Messenger Rooms will enable people everywhere to stay more connected with the people they love, no matter where they might be. This update will surely make Facebook messenger more easily to make the video call and connect your loved one.
Amazon Fire TV has now made it very simpler to find its free content. Rolling out today to customers in the US, the new shiny Free Tab will appear on the top row. This will mainly feature the free, ad-supported content from its streaming partners. It will include popular content from streaming apps like IMDb TV, Tubi, Pluto TV, Crackle, The CW, and the News app.