Facebook smartly combines Messenger and groups

The company Meta has started testing among users the possibility of creating a new type of mass conversations in the Messenger application. A function called “Community Cottages” will allow people in groups to create group chats and calls and invite other users to join the group and its conversations. The new communication space will provide the opportunity to build stronger bonds in groups and discuss topics in different formats – in text, audio or video. The novelty should combine the best of Messenger and Facebook groups.

“People will be able to start a conversation about a certain topic and get answers in the moment, instead of waiting for others to comment on their post. There will be chats in the Facebook group organize into categories so that other members of the group can easily find what they are most interested in. For example, a band’s fan group might have a ‘Latest News’ category, with chats dedicated to new album releases, tour dates and other band activities,” the description of the news being introduced reads.

Administrators will be able to run open chat with any group memberevent chat for trips or meetings, view-only admin chat, and notification of updates within the entire group and a chat intended only for administrators for cooperation with administrators and moderators.

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Admins can also create audio channels so group members can share live event commentary or receive real-time support. Currently, up to 30 people can join the audio channel at once, and participants have the option to turn on video.

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Source: TZ, Mark Zuckerberg


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