When the video conferencing application Zoom started to grow rapidly, a panic surrounded social media services.
Room against Zoom
Worried about keeping users on Zoom, Facebook launched a video-like video conference feature for Messenger.
The new feature, called Messenger Rooms, allows groups of up to 50 people to make video calls.
The Messenger Room, which is only available in North American countries for now, is also close to the world.
Any user who wants can open a Room call and invite people to this call. In addition, “public” video conferences can be organized with an open link shared on Facebook, which anyone can attend.
Of course, the number of participants will be limited to only 50 people. In other words, it is not possible to organize world-class fan gatherings, concerts, and conferences. The purpose of the software is that small groups can hold meetings with remote interaction.