Interesting. I have use FB to video-chat with my son in Europe. So I believe this could possibly work. I wonder though, if more than few showed up, would there be bandwidth issues? it? All you can do is give it a try. Best regards, Ted Killian 1811 Patrick Street Medford, OR 97504-4775 (Mobile) 541-890-6225 (email) email@example.com (web) tedkillian.com > On Aug 24, 2020, at 1:45 PM, Tyler Zahnke <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote: > > you may remember that on June 2, 2012, I tried setting > up a Looper's Delight conference call; ultimately, only a few people > showed up. Some other users predicted this, saying that Looper's > Delight is an international community, so an American phone number > would make the call very limited. Well, recently, Facebook rolled out > a new feature; Messenger Rooms! More user-friendly than Google > Hangouts or Zoom, believe it or not, Messenger Rooms can be used even > by people who don't have a Facebook account; if you have a link to a > room, Facebook account or not, you can click it and sign in. I think > the main difference between people with and without Facebook accounts > is that, if you don't have an account and you click the room link, it > will ask you to type in your name, but if you have an account, the > name is automatically set to the name on your Facebook account. So who > wants to try the Looper's Delight conference call again, this time > with the newly developed, fresh out of 2020 Messenger Rooms > technology?