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19 May 2016, 01:11 pm

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Facebook Messenger Group Calling: How It Aids Your Business?

Facebook sure knows how to make headlines. The world’s most popular social networking site has now rolled out the feature of group chat on its Messenger app. Launched globally on iOS and Android for free; Facebook Messenger group calling is the brand new feature now. It allows its users to initiate a group VoIP call from any chat.

The Facebook Messenger group calling feature on the Messenger app works smooth as butter. You need to just tap on the Phone icon, and select the members from the group chat that you would want to include in your call, and bingo! A Messenger call will be sent to all of them simultaneously. Even if you miss the call, you can still join the call by tapping on the Phone icon if the call is still in progress. During the call, you can see who all are taking part in that call, and you may as well ping others to join it. Facebook presently allows 50 users to take part in the group call simultaneously.

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Facebook had been late in releasing certain features such as QR codes and an internal camera within its app. Snapchat was already full with these features when Facebook decided to do the same. However, Facebook left Snapchat behind when it launched this core communication feature in the form of group calling.

The advent of Facebook’s communication feature can be dated back to 2013, when Facebook first began offering VoIP. In April 2014, Facebook launched a full on one to one audio call feature. In 2015, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that the Messenger app made up around 10% of all the total mobile VoIP calls made globally.

Facebook Messenger Group Calling Feature

The rise of Facebook as a social networking giant is due to the fact that it knows the sentiments of the people and what they actually want. There might be times when typing isn’t enough, and you need to call the person instead. Keeping this in mind, the Facebook Messenger group calling has been rolled out so as to enable its users to make VoIP calls to other users whenever they feel like.

The all new Facebook Messenger group calling feature would certainly aid businesses. Facebook groups provide a great way to keep your discussions focussed and promote upcoming guests and chats. With the new group call feature, you would be able to save time in discussing about important matters. Facebook group call would help you form specific groups concerning every department, and these groups could interact and discuss within themselves through the conference call facility.

You can also create a Facebook group with your most trusted customers and have an open interaction with them. This would be a great way to interact with the masses and get genuine feedback about your business and products. All in all, the Facebook Messenger group calling feature is sure to benefit businesses in more ways than one.

Messenger’s aim to eliminate the use of phone numbers is quite evident from the steps that it has been taking recently. Last year, it allowed strangers to chat through the Messenger app. This year, the Facebook Messenger group calling has been incorporated that can include up to 50 people in a group. The advantages that it offers over normal phone numbers are that it gives you the ability to block people who you don’t want to interact with, and with Facebook’s great spam detection system in place, it would be difficult for anyone to harass you through a new account.

Considering Facebook’s growing interest in becoming a core communication medium for people across the globe, the day is not far when Facebook would incorporate the group video call feature in its Messenger app. With that feature still missing, Messenger still isn’t at the level of Google Hangouts or Skype. Though video stabilization in group video calling is quite difficult to achieve, we would like to keep our fingers crossed on this one. As of now, we would advise you to start utilizing this powerful new Facebook Messenger group calling feature.

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Arijit

19 May 2016, 01:11 pm

about the author

An ardent soccer-lover, he also loves to pen down on different social and current events. His flair for creative writing opens him to various kinds of subjects. One of his favorite leisure activities is listening to music from all genres.

About Arijit
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