The Facebook has began for the release of the Rooms of the Messenger (Messenger, Rooms for the past week. This tool makes it possible to video call with up to 50 participants at a time. At that time, the company has indicated that the feature would be available on other platforms as well, which keeps. A promise kept: the Messenger, They are coming to Instagram. Or something like that.
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Although Facebook did not admit it publicly, there’s no doubt that this is a response to the growing demand for the Zoom it has undergone in the period of the pandemic. To allow for a large number of people to participate in a transmission of the video, Facebook is facing one of the most important attributes of a service second to none.
The integration with Instagram can be to increase the power of the tool, as it allows the user to start a transmission at the Rooms of the Messenger from the Instagram Direct.
It’s true that it’s not exactly a… integration. To begin with, it is necessary for the user to have an account at the Instagram associated with your profile on Facebook, to create a stylish living room. Such a requirement does not exist for users who want to get into a stream that was created by another participant.
In addition, the interaction does not take place in the Instagram to create a room, the user is directed to the application of Facebook Messenger. The link can then be shared via Instagram Direct, at the very least.
This is a semi-integrated, so-to-speak, you can even direct users to the Messenger, They are, after all, in the video’s Instagram-only support for up to six participants.
If you want to or not, in the not too distant future, the integration could be a more in-depth. Just remember that Facebook comes a long time planning to get the communication on the Facebook link and the Instagram and the WhatsApp. This may have been one of the first steps in this direction.
The new feature is being released gradually to all users of Instagram.
With information that is: Engadget.