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Messenger: Facebook brings screen sharing to chats

The Facebook introduced the mode common use screen for Messenger on mobile devices, and lets you share its screen device your!

Messenger: Facebook brings screen sharing to chats

The new social media feature allows you to share its screen smartphone or his tablet when you invite a friend, when you are in a group chat or while engaging in even bigger conversations via Messenger Rooms.

Right now, you can share your screen, or photos from your mobile camera album, or stream to Instagram or whatever you want, with up to eight people in groups talks or up to 16 people in the rooms.

However, Facebook says it is working on expanding the new feature to make screen sharing possible for up to 50 people in the rooms. The update is available in both Android as well as in iOS.

To share your screen, first make sure you have it installed last edition of Messenger. Subsequently, during a call, swipe up from the bottom of your screen to display call options. Then just click on the «share your screen","start sharing" and finally, "start transmissionς ». Logically Facebook gives you so many warnings that you do not share something by mistake. After that, you can navigate as you wish on your phone or return to the call to interrupt the transmission.

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Messenger: Facebook brings screen sharing to chats

It is definitely a welcome feature. The video calls were COVID-19 pandemic lifeline, since we could connect with friends, family and colleagues, and screen sharing will be very helpful to many.

While screen sharing is already available on many video chat services, including Skype and Zoom, in Messenger works especially well on mobile devices, so having this option on iOS and Android is definitely a big improvement.

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