Facebook saw live broadcasts from Pages double compared to the same time last year, largely attributed to broadcasts since March.
This feature is rolling out in some countries on Facebook and Messenger web from Friday and will soon expand to all countries where Messenger Rooms is available as well as to the Facebook and Messenger mobile app and Messenger desktop app.
This feature allows one to share a live view of your screen so you can share virtually anything together.
Facebook said the users can go Live from Portal to Facebook Pages and Groups using Portal Mini, Portal, or Portal+ devices.
According to a report by WABetaInfo, Facebook has integrated Messenger Rooms into WhatsApp for Android with the 2.20.163 beta update.
One can create Messenger Rooms right inside Facebook Messenger, and invite anyone to join the video call, even if they do not have a Facebook account.
"We're rolling out a new product called Messenger Rooms, the first video chat designed with social interactions in mind," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement.