Video calling is now also become possible with facebook.com/videocalling. Users of Facebook can get free video calling facility, together with Group Chat and a new chat interface design. Now you can see each other’s faces while calling after joining with Facebook new feature.
Facebook has introduced new video chat features through integration with Skype on 6th July, 2011. Facebook.com/videocalling permits users to start a video chat session with other person by just two clicks. Video calling is built into the company’s chat platform. It is one of the easiest ways to get attached with video. During the video calling you can also converse with multiple people. Currently, people think that they should have a Skype application to start video chat on Facebook. But reality is different; they can use video calling service without downloading and installing the Skype application on their computer or laptop. They just need a Skype plug-in that works on Facebook. Facebook video calling service is only working on Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari. It is not capable to support on Linux platforms.
How to start video calling on Facebook?
To start video calling on Facebook, first login in to your Facebook account and visit ‘www.facebook.com/videocalling’. Once you open it, click video chat option in client chat icon. You can use video calling service when your friends are online. After that set up video calling to talk with your friend face to face, for this you just need to complete one time set-up.
To set up video calling service on your facebook, save Facebook video call set up file and run it on your computer. Once you complete it, you will be able to enjoy your first call as soon as your friends give an answer. For video calling, user must have a webcam. With your video calling features, site also offers new chat features which allow users to chat with multiple users in one conversation.
- Do face to face conversion with your friends
- Don’t require to install Skype applications, need only Skype plug-in
- Don’t work on Linux platforms