Apple’s FaceTime is an excellent video calling service of all the time as it gives the users an opportunity to make group video calls. The user can make the video calls (only to other iOS and macOS users) up to 32 persons from Contacts and merge of them together in one. How amazing it would be to talk to all of your friends in just one go! So next time when you are away from your friends, and you just want to give a head start to a conversation, just remember that your Apple devices such as the Mac computer have FaceTime feature. So don’t waste time and check out how to make the group video call using FaceTime on iOS devices and Mac devices.
Here’s how to make a group FaceTime Call
Making Group FaceTime Call on iOS 12
- Open FaceTime on your iOS 12 device.
- Go to the right corner and tap the plus (+) button.
- Enter the name or number to which you want to make the video call.
- You can enter up to 30 additional numbers.
- Select Video or Audio to place the FaceTime call.
Make Group FaceTime Call on Mac
- Open FaceTime on your Mac system.
- Type the name or number of the person to make a call.
- Similarly, enter the name or number to call. Remember, FaceTime allows you to call up to 30 individuals.
- Click the Video or Audio icon and make a call.
Make a Group FaceTime call using Messages
- Open the Messages app on your iOS device.
- Now, tap the group conversation.
- If you don’t have a group conversation, then create one.
- At the top of the screen, you will see the group name.
- Tap the group name and proceed to select FaceTime.
Joining the FaceTime Call in Messages
- Open the Messages app your iOS device.
- Select the group conversation during on-going FaceTime conversation.
- Tap the Tap to Join option.
FaceTime is the best service from Apple for video calling. The group calling option is making the app more amazing. Hopefully, the steps have appropriately guided you through the procedure to place the group call using FaceTime on Apple devices. Now, you can talk to your loved ones at the same time and won’t miss them anymore.
Lucia Mandela is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Lucia has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.