During the last Wednesday, announced a series of new features for Facebook Live, who come to enrich the experience of this tool dynamic and socially, since soon verified pages may use filters during broadcasts, which come from Masquerade (or also known as MSQRD) the application that the network bought at the beginning of the year.
The notice, released in the week by Fidji Simo (CEO of FB) within the framework of the VidCon in California (via Digital Trends), also served to deepen with regard to this characteristic, which comes to be an interesting hit faced with direct competition, SnapChat.
To use the filters, you must open the application MSQRD and from there start the Facebook Live streaming.
In addition to these filters and masks for transmissions, Facebook Live will also allow soon the option to invite another person to join the transmission, similar to what happens with the Hangouts of Google.
Meanwhile, it is also revealed that soon the live broadcasts, can schedule so make different settings to send notifications to the spectators. A sort of virtual lobby will also be enabled so that they wait for the start of these.
As always, these options will be first verified on Facebook then be available in all the users pages.