It’s really cool to live stream video on Facebook from iPhone. Being a fun-loving person, I never miss any chance to keep my friends and followers entertained using the Facebook Live feature. Fun apart, it provides an excellent way to connect with your friends and interact with them live.
Following in the line of its sibling, Facebook Messenger has got a new feature called “Instant Video.” It allows you to live stream your video. While chatting with your friend, if you feel like recording your action and sending it to your friend, you can do it instantly. Let’s jump over to find out!
How to Send “Instant Video” in Facebook Messenger on iPhone/iPad
Note: Make sure you have the latest version of Facebook Messenger installed on your device. Go to App Store and update this messaging app, if you have disabled the auto-update of apps on your iPhone.
Step #1. Launch Facebook Messenger app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Next, you need to select the friend to whom you want to send the video.
Step #3. Now, you have to tap on the camera icon.
Step #4. You have the option to switch from rear camera to selfie camera. To do so, just tap on the tiny circle icon from the bottom right corner.
Step #5. Hold on the shutter button to record or live stream the video. (If you want to take a photo, just tap on the shutter button.)
Step #6. Once you have recorded the video, you get option to save the same to your iPhone camera roll.
Step #7. Tap on the Send button at the bottom center.
That’s it! Now, repeat these steps to live stream as many videos as you want.
What do you think of “Instant Video”? How much interesting is it? Do let us know your feedback in the comments below.
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