A few months back, Instagram launched Support for Video Chat via an in-app direct messaging system. Previously the feature allowed four people to hold a video call but now Instagram group video calling Feature is expanded with support for up to six people.
With today’s update to Instagram group video calling, Six people can join a single video call. Now you can minimize a video call and keep on scrolling throughout the app. The calls are made operational through the direct message interface of the Instagram app.
Instagram Group Video Calling Feature Now Supports Six People
The news of Instagram to support six people was revealed on Instagram’s support page.
Here’s how to start an Instagram group video calling Feature with your friends:
“To start a video chat, swipe into your Direct inbox and open any message thread. Tap the new camera icon in the right corner, and the video chat will ring your friends’ phones so they don’t miss it. While on the video chat, you can minimize the video and multitask on Instagram, sending messages and photos in Direct, browsing your feed, posting a story and more”
Instagram keeps on launching new features on and off for remaining in limelight. Due to this more people have shifted towards the social media sight in very less time. A few days back, Instagram made it easier for you to easily and quickly follow people you had met in life. They introduced the feature named as Nametag. Instagram Nametag feature works by showing your username on your phone in a format that allows it to be scanned by people. Recently, we came to know that Instagram is testing a new way to advance from photos i.e; by tapping through posts like we used to do on stories. Instagram Tapping Feature will be welcomed by those users who are fed up of scrolling.
Have you tried Instagram Group Video Calling feature??