New Delhi: Encrypted messaging app Telegram has launched live streams with unlimited viewers to teams and channels with its version 8.0 replace. The replace has enabled choices to take away captions from media and conceal sender names when forwarding, simple change to unread channel with out going again to speak listing, and an improved sticker panel alongside with new animated emoji.
“The live stream feature supports unlimited viewers along with allowing them to raise hand and join broadcast. The Group Video Calls feature that was added in earlier updates, is already a powerful tool for live broadcasts and now gets even better with the support for unlimited viewers,” the corporate stated in a press release.
Users can preview and edit how the message will look alongside with a number of customisation choices. Users can disguise the sender`s identify or disguise captions on media messages, deselect messages that they don`t need to ship, and even change the recipient in the event that they tapped the unsuitable chat.
Users now even have the pliability of scrolling via the channels adopted with out getting again to the chat listing. If the chat listing has been organised with folders or archived chats, the app will comply with the construction arrange by users: channels within the present folder, then inside every folder, then these left in all chats and the archive.
The app now reveals trending stickers above `Recently Used` within the sticker panel. Users can save a pack for future and the app now has bigger previews for sticker solutions.
Telegram not too long ago expanded its group video calling characteristic that now permits as much as 1,000 folks to hitch a gaggle video name. Also Read: Atal Pension Yojana: Invest Rs 7 per day in APY to get Rs 5000 monthly pension, here’s how
The firm stated that its group video name permits as much as 30 users to broadcast video from each their digicam and display — and now 1,000 folks can watch something from on-line lectures to live rap battles. Also Read: Huge shock to WhatsApp! Irish regulator fines $266 million over privacy breaches