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Date:02/03/21

Instagram Live Room now allows up to 4 users

Multiple guests during a live stream have been one of the most requested features by creators. Instagram hopes that doubling up the number of participants in a live broadcast will open up more creative opportunities for its users.
 
Instagram on Monday announced that it is expanding its real-time broadcasting service with support for up to three guests in a live stream. The Facebook-owned company had previously allowed only one guest at a time during a live session. Interestingly, Instagram first tested this feature in India and Indonesia last year.
 
The new Live Room feature — as Instagram likes to call it — comes at a time when applications like invite-only Clubhouse, video game streaming service Twitch, and even YouTube are gaining popularity.
 
“We hope that doubling up on Live will open up more creative opportunities — start a talk show, host a jam session, or co-create with other artists, host more engaging Q&As, or tutorials with your following, or just hang out with more of your friends,” the company said in a blog post.
 
Adding about new ways to monetise content, it said, “With Live Rooms, viewers can buy badges for the hosts, and use other interactive features like Shopping and Live Fundraisers.”
 





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