Users are now able to make video chat with up to 20 mates, friends or family together
Viber recently has launched its new ‘Group Video Calls’ feature in Bangladesh to address the growing demand for video conferencing amid the COVID 19 pandemic.
The users will now be able to make video calls with up to 30 people together with unlimited duration.
Inspired by the tremendous success of Viber’s Group Audio Calls feature, the added support for video meets the growing demand for large video calls to replicate face-to-face conversations and conferences. To access the Viber’s Group Video Calls: https://vb.me/901b08.
Viber’s Group Video Calls are easily accessed from the Viber app, with support for work-friendly features like screen sharing and video broadcasting for both mobile and desktop devices.
Viber said it is planning to expand the feature in the future. Earlier, it increased the participants in audio calls from five to 20 users.
“We’re excited to enable users to participate in video calls with up to 20 people, and we’re going to expand this further very soon. Viber serves an important purpose to society, now more than ever, in that it enables users to communicate easily.
Video discussions will be part of our lives much more than before, that is why we decided to launch this feature and bring users another step closer to real, face-to-face meetings when these aren’t an option,” said Ofir Eyal, COO of Viber.
Starting a Group Video Call is easy. Just tap the new “video” button added to the top of the screen, or simply add more participants to an ongoing video call.
Together with Viber’s group chats and group voice calls, this new way of face-to-face communication is an ideal way to cope with the new normal.
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