Despite all his mistakes, one can not say that Facebook has not helped to connect friends and family no matter where in the world everyone is. That's why one of the upcoming features – watching videos with Facebook friends right in Messenger – is so new. This is just another example of the Internet bridging gaps that have not been closed recently.
Facebook announced and announced its upcoming joint experience "Watch Together" in 2019 at its annual F8 conference in April. Instead of just watching Facebook videos and then sending them to friends via messengers, Facebook cuts its middleman down and invites you to watch those videos in real time with anyone you want as long as they have a messenger account.
What You Can Expect From Watch Together
At this time, we do not have as much detail as you need for this video sharing feature. In the F8 presentation, Facebook showed a short (focus on short ) demo on how Watch Together should work.
We see a group messenger video call with four users. We then see that "our" phone is tapping a (+) button on the screen to display a "look at it" window with two tabs ̵
When you tap a video, a small popup will appear with the name of the video and, more importantly, the Now Playing button. Tap this button and the video will play so everyone can see it at the top of the screen. While this video is playing, you can still continue chatting the group by tapping the screen to display an advanced menu, and then tapping the chat icon Globe with Messenger ” width=”480″ height=”480″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>