Facebook is preparing to bring new features for its live streaming. Facebook is one of the social media platforms that a lot of users rely on in this quarantine period. So the Facebook team wants live streams to be more accessible and user-friendly for everyone.
One of the options to be added will allow users who do not have a Facebook account to enjoy live public streaming from their mobile devices, A function that we will see in the coming weeks, both in iOS and Android.
For the people who have limited internet access, Facebook has also thought of adding an option that allows them to listen only to the audio of the streaming. So, they will get the information from the live, as well as they will save mobile data.
Another feature is the integration of automatic subtitles in all live videos so that everyone can benefit from them. Thinking about your needs and to make the dynamics more fluid and organized, Facebook will provide a series of tools that will facilitate both the technical part of the live streaming and the moderation of comments and attention to the audience.
Lately, Google also announced a big update for those using Google Duo for group video calls.
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