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Facebook’s Messenger Rolls Out Group Calling Feature

Facebook has started rolling out group calling feature in Messenger. Messenger chief David Marcus announced this in a Facebook post.

Users can initiate group conversations with a tap on the phone icon. Users can start a group VoIP audio call from any group chat.

The new feature allows you to add upto 50 contacts at any given time. The users can also manage individual participants on the next screen.

The update will be rolled out in 24 hours and be available on Android and iOS for free.

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