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Telegram has rolled out a handful of amazing features to improve its users’ experience on the platform.

Telegram is gaining a lot of popularity day by day due to it’s amazing features and a simple user interface but still, the platform could not compete with other online messaging behemoth although they’re trying their best to make its platform convenient for it’s users in every manner. Hence, if you’re also using the popular chat application Telegram, then you’ll be happy to hear this that to make its platform a better place for its users, the company has brought a handful of new features.

Telegram will soon enable approximately 1000 individuals to participate in a group video call and will also permit users to exchange video clips. Furthermore, all video calls, including one-on-one calls, now support screen sharing with audio. Considering all of these capabilities, it is speculated that the app might give social messaging behemoth ‘WhatsApp’ a tough competition in the coming days.

Telegram’s video message capability has been enhanced. Video messages feature are a convenient approach to check-in or exchange experiences throughout your day without needing to drag and drop videos from the library. To send the video messages you just require to press the recorder tab in your chat window to share the video with your friends and family, although the videos will not save in your device’s video library.

Users now can control the pace from 0.5x, 1.5x to 2x when listening to songs or watching a video message. As a result, it could be leveraged to stream sluggish videos. Telegram also enables people to split their device’s screen during one-on-one calls when broadcasting in any video call. Hence, whenever you are viewing a film, you can split your screen with a friend and enjoy the movie together. According to Telegram “While shifting to video during any call, you may either choose a camera or share your display instead – and use Video Preview to confirm everything Is perfect before heading live,”.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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