Facebook has added yet another new feature to Messenger in its quest to make the app the Zoom for most people – so to speak. We’re talking, of course, about screen sharing.
This is currently in the process of going live in the Facebook Messenger apps for Android and iOS, allowing you to instantly share your screen with friends and family, either one-on-one or in group video calls. This works in group video calls with up to eight people, and 16 people in Rooms, because confusingly you can video call in Messenger both directly through a group as well as through a Room.
Screen sharing is also available in Messenger Rooms with up to 16 people on web and desktop. The company plans to add controls for who can share their screen in Rooms, and expand the number of people you can share your screen with to 50. So if you are a Room creator, you’ll soon be able to limit the ability to screen share to just yourself, or make it available to all participants.
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