Instagram Live Rooms feature launched in India. The company said in a press release that it is targeting content creators in the country, and will facilitate greater public participation by allowing creators to post with up to three additional people. According to the company, the first tests for this feature were conducted in India and it is also one of the first countries where the feature was widely deployed. Instagram says the Live Rooms feature has built-in controls to keep the community safe.
“Creative people are at the fore in driving culture and creativity on Instagram and we are constantly innovating to help them express themselves better.” Ajit Mohan, Vice President and General Manager of Facebook India, said at the conference, from the launch of Reels to testing and implementing Live Rooms, India is playing an important role in the way products are designed for the future Launch of Instagram Live Rooms feature. Instagram says Live Rooms will be available to everyone in India and Indonesia soon.
To use Instagram's live room feature, the user has to use the platform to share photos and videos. There are two ways to start live broadcasting: Click the plus sign at the beginning of the stories draw or swipe left from the Instagram home screen. At the bottom of the screen, scroll through the options at the bottom and tap the Live Camera option, then add a comment if you like and hit the circular shutter button for the live broadcast.
Once you are live on Instagram, tap on the camera/rooms icon to see people who have requested to join your live broadcast. Find the guest's name and click on their name to send a request to join the live session. Since Instagram Live Room allows you to add up to three guests simultaneously, you can choose to add others in a similar way.