The health emergency forced the world of work to accelerate its digital growth – in fact, we have dedicated a special in-depth analysis to smart working and its challenges. In particular, we have witnessed a natural boom in video calls: many people have had to deal with interfaces never seen before, not without some difficulty. And the videocall applications themselves have been forced to face their own limits and to grow, meeting the needs of a wider user and with new needs.
Facebook Messenger has also taken part in this process, while under track continues another, ambitious one, which foresees the unification with WhatsApp and Instagram. First came Messenger Rooms, a platform born just under the stimulus of current times, which allows to aggregate up to 50 people. Today some things remain to be filed, and others to be added: and this is what happens with the possibility of sharing the screen.
It is now possible to share the contents of the screen of your smartphone on both Messenger and Messenger Rooms for Android and iOS. In this way we can show in real time to friends or colleagues what we are seeing on the display of our terminal.
The option is also available for the web and desktop versions of Messenger Rooms, although it is currently limited to 16 users: a roof that Facebook plans to raise in the future. If you want to try it, you won't have to wait. Facebook has indeed announced that the function is already available globally.
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