It seems that Facebook is about to incorporate into its Messenger a function quite similar to BeReal called Roll Call. We tell you what the rumors say here!
According to a recent leak, Facebook would be about to incorporate Messenger a function called roll call, similar to the popular app BeReal. The rumor of this update is not new since a few months ago there was talk about the possible attempt to Goal of copying a format that had never been seen before until Alexis Barreyat and kevin perreau They launched the application that sends us a notification at any time of the day so that we can take a photo in two minutes and upload it to a feed that only those we love can see and react.
roll call takes this concept and incorporates it into our chats with family and friends, allowing us to share authentic moments. From what the rumors explain, there is no notification that tells us when to take a photo, but members of the chat can send an image at any time. When it is sent, those in the chat do receive a notification and have to react to the message with a photo or video within five minutes.
At the moment, it is known that the function will only support photos and videos, but it may Goal incorporate other types of media in the future. Although it is a rumor, recently there was an update in Messenger which probably prepares users for the incorporation of Roll Call. This patch updated the privacy of the messages and now the conversations have end-to-end encryption, something that makes sense if we are going to be constantly sending photos that we only want a select group to see.
However, we will have to wait for Goal confirm the existence of this function so that you can be sure that it will actually reach Messenger. From what rumors say, this addition may allow us to connect with family and friends in a more authentic way. And this may be well received by some of the users of the messaging application. Although this decision shows us that Goal it is making decisions based on what other social networks do.