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You can share Facebook Live broadcast with two people

“Facebook Live” is a much popular concept this date and Facebook is doing a whole lot actually to make this concept more rich and usable. And now we have come to hear if Facebook will allow you to share your Live broadcast with two people. This idea might seem bit tough, but not impossible. And you know how technical the Social Media Giant’s Techies are! They can find a solution to all technical ideas that might engender in the Facebook CEO’s mind.

The Facebook Live concept was much popular in just a couple of months & addition of this new feature is supposed to bring more potential to the tech giant. First this concept was launched in June by Facebook and now it’s being tested using the profiles of selected public figures and verified users, reports the Next Web. This testing is being done through the iOS devices by users who have only the Facebook Mention app.

Recently, Facebook revealed that it’s planning to launch this feature by September to the regular users in the United States of America and then it will be rolled to the users across the globe. Facebook will use its own stream to let people invite their friends to join the Live broadcast. But to use this feature, the three users must remain in different places and need to use the original broadcaster for participating in the live session.

Facebook Live is going to be the next generation Live Video platform next to YouTube. But Facebook has excelled YouTube a step  by making this feature mobile. But Live Streaming of YouTube is only available for desktop and laptops. While the Live streaming feature was previously available only for the iOS users, now it’s also available for the Android users.

In the Facebook page on Status Bar, now you can see the “Live Video” option from where they can initiate the live streaming directly. To start Live Streaming you need to click on the “Go Live” feature which will start live streaming right away. Also you can add a headline to their recording to let the users know what their video is all about. The MSQRD app is another alternative for the Facebook users which they can use for Live Streaming.

Now limit for Facebook Live on Facebook is extended to four hours and you can broadcast the videos only in video mode. Another advantage of the streaming is that once the Live Streaming is finished, the video automatically gets published on the Social Media page so that everyone who has missed the Live part can see it.

While the video on web feature is going to be quite dynamic in future, this step by Facebook will obviously be fascinating, we think so. But what you think guys? Don’t forget to share your valuable comments with us.

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