Facebook is pushing new features for video conferencing to compete with Google, Zoom and others.

Beijing time on July 24 morning news, according tomedia reports, Facebook will add a new feature, allowing users to live group video calls, but the maximum number of 50 people. Users can invite others to Messenger Rooms, even without a Facebook account, and then make group video calls;

Facebook is pushing new features for video conferencing to compete with Google, Zoom and others.

Influenced by the new crown, video conferencing services, Zoom Video Communications are gaining influence, and new features can help Facebook compete for the market. Some technology companies have introduced similar features, such as Google, which allows users to hold video conferences on Meet for free.

Starting Thursday local time in the U.S., Facebook will introduce new features in several countries, including Facebook and The Messenger platform, and soon the feature will be rolled out to all countries that offer Messenger Rooms. (Star sea)