Viber has Introduced Group Video Call Facility of 20 People in Bangladesh

Recently, Viber has introduced a group video call facility in Bangladesh. With this feature, 20 people can make group video calls together indefinitely.

Following the success of Viber's group audio call feature and the growing demand for group video calls, the company has launched the feature in Bangladesh for face-to-face discussions and conferences, the news agency UNB reported.

Viber group video call features can be easily availed from the Viber app on mobile or desktop devices. In this case, users will also be able to enjoy screen sharing and video broadcasting. Viber's group chat and group voice call feature will work as a solution to the new normality of coronavirus indirect (face-to-face) communication.

Starting a video call on Viber is very easy. Video calls can be started by pressing the 'Video' button on the screen and others can be added to the video call by pressing 'More Participant' in the ongoing video call.

Anyone who speaks in a group call will be featured on the screen. In this case, users can securely pin anyone's video to their personal screen. Users can stay 'muted' during the call and turn off the video and at the same time see who is 'muted' and has turned off the video.

Viber's Chief Operating Officer (COO) Afir Yal said, "We are delighted to have a group of 20 people with video calling facilities. We will increase this number of participants in the future. '

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