Instagram gets Live Rooms, a feature that allows four people to broadcast live at the same time. Previously, users could only add one user to a live broadcast. The feature will soon be available worldwide.
When users want to start a Live Room, they must first start a Live Stream. Then they can invite up to three people to take part in the live broadcast. Users can also ask themselves if they can participate in a live broadcast.
With additional direct users Check out Instagram Users are bringing more live apps. The platform cites examples of a talk show, a crowd session, or more interactive sessions with followers. The idea is that you will soon be able to invite followers to a live session, for example, to have a conversation with them.
Instagram also promises to work on better moderating features. The company has yet to cite concrete examples of this. Instagram says that if a live user blocks someone, that blocked person cannot participate in a live session. The user who starts Live Room can also block comments.
Live Rooms might be Clubhouse’s Instagram response. This app is gaining popularity and it allows people to talk to each other via live voice. Several people can also speak at the same time in the Clubhouse. The parent company of Instagram operates Facebook It said On their own version of Clubhouse. Contender Twitter also has it Something similar Planned.
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