Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced the availability of Messenger Rooms, its video-calling service for social interactions.
Facebook’s social take on Zoom has rolled out to the US, Canada, and Mexico and will expand across the globe next week.
Zuckerberg announced the video-calling product last month, saying video had been especially important during the .
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Messenger Rooms is built around the idea of rooms, letting users share a link with friends to create a private room that supports up to 50 people.
Alternatively, users can create a room for a group or for an event. It also lets users start a room for all friends at the top of a News Feed, allowing contacts to join if and when they want.
A key social or non-work part of Messenger Rooms is that users don’t need to