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Audio and video calls in the main application soon?

Audio and video calls in the main application soon?

Facebook wants to re-integrate its communication features into its core application. This change is already being tested for some US users

Over time, Facebook Has greatly diversified its functions. It has especially introduced dedicated applications. For example, for the entire communication area and the Facebook Messenger application, it is mandatory to chat with relatives via the network. Situation May change soon.

Facebook wants to re-integrate its communication features into its core application

The Facebook app allowed some time ago to chat with loved ones while evolving on the platform. However, a few years ago, Menlo Park decided to separate communication functions from others, forcing users to download and use the Messenger processor if they wanted to chat with their friends or call by audio or voice.

Today, over time, users have become accustomed to it. After all, Facebook has been like this for years now, but now it feels like it’s not the best idea. In fact, according to an article in Bloomberg, Facebook has decided to reverse its decision and re-integrate communication features into its core application.

A test is already being tested for some US users

According to the report in question, users who want to make audio or video calls to their Facebook friends should do so as soon as possible through the main application of the social network. If they want to exchange in writing, you still need to download and use the Messenger app. A compromise, like the rest, so to speak.

Messenger Product Manager Connor Hayes explains that these changes are currently being introduced to some users in the United States. No one knows if this function will come out of the test phase. This change may take a long time to be sent to all users on the planet.

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