Facebook Users Can Operate Messenger Rooms on Instagram

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Facebook Users Can Operate Messenger Rooms on Instagram

Facebook has recently announced the introduction of the option for Instagram users to operate Messenger Rooms from their Instagram Direct inbox. The social media giant has been working to maximize the possibilities of video chat with the increasing demand amid the COVID-19.

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Users can now access the video chat feature within Instagram Direct with a prompt to create a Messenger Room. Instagram confirmed in a post that up to 50 people could join in a video chat. The feature is new, and thus, the company is still working towards refining its format.

Source: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/users-can-now-create-messenger-rooms-on-instagram/578544/

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