According to the news sources, Facebook is testing the addition of voice and video calling to the main Facebook application. These features are currently part of the standalone Messenger application, which was originally separated from its main blue application by Facebook in 2011 and officially phased out in 2014. Voice and video calls are two of several Messenger features introduced by Facebook in its other products, like portals. Oculus camera and virtual reality headset. The company has not disclosed whether it plans to re-incorporate other parts of Messenger, but Messenger’s director of product management told Bloomberg, “Over time, you will start to see more of this content.”
Facebook confirmed to The Verge that its Voice and video calls are being tested in “multiple countries including the United States.” Except for “In order to get a full-featured video, audio and messaging experience, people should continue to use Messenger,” the company did not disclose how many users will see these features, nor did it disclose what this means for the future of independent Messenger applications. Making a video call to the Facebook app is as meaningful as stripping off Messenger in the first place. Yes, this means one less application when doing other things on your computer or phone, but it also means you have to interact with Facebook all the way (or at least check it); I’m not sure everyone is interested. There is also a risk that integrating Messenger into Facebook will generate the same type of criticism as the unification of direct messaging between Messenger and Instagram. This seems to make it harder for giant companies like Facebook to hack, which may be the point. This is not the first suggestion that Facebook considers bringing Messenger back to Facebook. In 2019, the company tested the text chat back to the main application using a dedicated inbox and sent text chats “from Facebook” to Oculus, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
In 2004, Mark Zuckerberg co-founded it with his roommate and Harvard College students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskowitz, and Chris Hughes. The name comes from the catalog of expensive books often provided to American college students. Membership was initially limited to Harvard students, gradually expanded to other North American universities, and from 2006 to anyone over 13 years old. As of 2020, Facebook has 2.8 billion monthly active users, ranking seventh in global Internet usage.
It was the most downloaded mobile application in the 2010s. Facebook can be accessed from devices with Internet connections, such as personal computers, tablets, and smartphones. After registration, users can create a profile that displays information about themselves. They can post texts, photos, and multimedia shared with any other users who have agreed to be their “friends,” or publicly post different privacy settings. Users can also communicate directly with each other through Facebook Messenger, join common interest groups, and receive notifications about the activities of their Facebook friends and the pages they follow.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) introduced to the world a new feature of Facebook: a smile on his face during a video call. Despite the slight delay, Zuckerberg eventually closed this new feature. For the social media giant, the next logical step seems to be a video call, which allows you to video chat with any friend on Facebook, but only one-on-one chat, and only through your desktop browser. Proceed. Mobile devices will. We have to wait a while. Facebook video calls will continue to compete with existing services such as Google + Hangout and Apple’s FaceTime. In yesterday’s announcement, Skype CEO Tony Bates (Tony Bates) further clarified this new feature. Six months ago, Skype partnered with Facebook to make this feature possible. Currently, users cannot use video chat between Facebook and Skype, and vice versa; this feature may appear at some point in the future. At present, Skype’s video call service seems to be more feature-rich, giving you the flexibility to contact anyone who uses Skype, whether at your desk or on your mobile phone. Since Facebook’s video call function is supported by Skype, it is only a matter of time before the two are interconnected. Therefore, if you are a heavy user of Facebook and use it as your main source for chatting with friends, you should give it a try. Go to this link to get started.
Facebook Inc allows some users to make voice and video test calls within the main application to make calls without opening a separate messaging application. I am doing it. The social media giant created Messenger from the main application a few years ago. This means that users must download another application to send messages and make calls. A few years ago, the social media giant created Messenger from the main application. This means that the user must download another application to send messages and make calls. Facebook is trying to connect messages through its application suite and the first messaging-enabled between Instagram and Messenger in September last year. This allows users of each service to search, send messages, and pause video Hangouts with their contacts without downloading these two applications.
However, a Facebook spokesperson said on Monday that she still needs to use Messenger to experience messaging, audio, and video calls. Facebook is trying to connect messages through its application suite and the first messaging-enabled between Instagram and Messenger in September last year. This move allows users of each service to search, send messages and pause video Hangouts with their contacts without downloading these two applications. Eventually, we plan to integrate WhatsApp into this combination. However, a Facebook spokeswoman said on Monday that she still needs to use it. Messenger Experience full-featured video, audio, and message calls.
Starting Monday, some users, including the United States, will be able to make voice or video calls through the Facebook application. Messenger product management director Connor Hayes (Connor Hayes) said that this new feature is just a trial run designed to reduce the need to switch between Facebook’s main application and its Messenger service. Facebook also began testing a limited version of Messenger. Monday’s test was the latest in a slow but steady internal effort to integrate all Facebook applications and services. Hayes said that Facebook began to treat Messenger as a service rather than a standalone application. This means that people will combine technology with other things.