Screen capture is an important tool to share the contents of our smartphones. If you want to send your friends and relatives an indivisible video that you are watching, or a cool trick that you've discovered on your phone, then recording your screen is one way to do that. Messenger, Facebook's standalone chat app, wants to simplify its use by implementing screen sharing directly in your video calls.
Sorry, screen sharing is currently unavailable. In fact, it is most likely still in early development. If we believe that you can test the feature by signing up for the beta version of Messenger on iOS or Android, we recommend that you do so. However, we only know about Facebook's plans thanks to Jane Manchun Wong .
Wong is an app researcher dedicated to coding an app to find upcoming features. Screen sharing is just her latest discovery. Wong reports that the feature is "Share Screen" and is in Messenger's video / audio call screen. When activated, your camera will turn off and the focus will be placed on the display of your iPhone or Android. You can leave the app to showcase everything on your phone, as Wong demonstrates in one of her screenshots when opening Instagram:
As this feature is so new, it may never be published by Facebook. Screen sharing, however, would be a fantastic addition to an app that so many share almost everything in their lives. It would only make sense for Facebook to publish the feature for a sufficient development at some point. By then, Skype will already have the necessary features to check the release for a call.