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7 July 2020


Instagram now allows for video chat with up to 50 people

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As we reported a week ago, Facebook launched Messenger Rooms globally amid the video calling app boom, which first started after the COVID-19 pandemic forced people to remain in their homes and rely on the internet, in order to continue their education and work.

Axar.az reports citing foreign media that one of Facebook's apps, Instagram, now too supports Messenger Rooms with up to 50 people, as the social media announced on Twitter yesterday.

To start a video chat with your friends on Instagram, simply open your messages, tap the video chat icon (shown in the video above), then select the new "Create a Room" option. From there you can choose which friends to send invitations to, then copy your Room's link and share it with even more people, or join your new Room and get the party started.

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2020.05.26 / 17:43
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