Viber’s group video calls are easily accessible from the Viber app, with support for work-friendly features like screen sharing and video broadcasting for both mobile and desktop devices.

Starting a group video call is easy; just tap the new “video” button added to the top of the screen, or simply add more participants to an ongoing video call.

Group Video Calls give the speaker the floor, displaying their video for all participants. Users can choose to privately pin anyone’s video to their personal screen during the call. Users can also mute themselves or disable their video during the call, as well as see if other participants are on mute or if their video is turned off.

“We’re excited to enable users to participate in video calls with up to 20 people, and we’re going to expand this further very soon,” said Ofir Eyal, CEO of Viber.

With Viber, users can communicate face-to-face with their coworkers, friends, and family while staying healthy and safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, he said.

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