Anyone using Facebook Messenger around the globe can now take advantage of group voice calls within the app. Announced by Facebook's David Marcus, group calling has just begun rolling out to users across the globe.
To start a group call, you simply have to tap the phone icon from any group conversation. On the following screen, you'll then be able to select and manage individual call participants.
Group calls are rolling out to users over the next 24 hours, according to Marcus, so they may not be available to everyone just yet. However, if you're using the latest version of Messenger, you should see the feature pop up relatively soon.
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