If you don’t know what FaceTime is, don’t worry; We are here to help you. In a few words, it is a native application of the Mac environment, which originally allowed calls and videoconferences between two people exclusively with Apple devices. Currently, it can work on Android phones and accepts up to 32 participants simultaneously. We are going to explain how to make group calls on facetime in different ways.
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Group FaceTime video calls require iOS 12.1.4 or later, or iPadOS/iOS on an iPhone 6s or later, iPad Pro or later, iPad Air 2 or later, iPad mini 4 or later, iPad (5th generation) or later, or iPod touch (7th generation).
Earlier models of Apple hardware that support iOS 12.1.4 can join group calls via audio only. On Macs, FaceTime audio or video calls require macOS 10.7 or later, a working internet connection, and a built-in or connected microphone or camera.
You can use your contact list to search for people to make a group FaceTime call. Contacts whose names appear in blue are running at least iOS 12.1 and have a FaceTime-enabled device.
Contact names that appear in gray do not have compatible hardware or software for FaceTime, and otherwise, the audio and video buttons must be green to allow you to start a group call with the chosen participants.
Paso 1: and a Settings> FaceTime and activate FaceTime.
Paso 2: start FaceTime and tap on the button Add in the upper right corner.
Paso 3: Enter contact names, phone numbers, or email addresses, or open the app Contacts: and add the participants from there.
Paso 4: click on Audio o Video to start the call.
Paso 1: Open Messages and create a group or join an existing one.
Paso 2: Click the Contacts icon at the top of the group conversation.
Paso 3: Click on FaceTime and start the call.
When someone is added to a group FaceTime call we warn you that they cannot be removed, but that new person can end their participation in the call by tapping the X. The call remains active if two or more participants are still chatting.
Paso 1: from the call, swipe up from the bottom of the screen.
Paso 2: click on Add person.
Paso 3: Enter the contact’s name, phone number, or email.
Paso 4: click on Add persona a FaceTime.
When someone invites you to join a group FaceTime call, you get a notification. Even if you decline at first, you can join the call at any time while it’s in progress.
Paso 1: to join a call from Messages tap on the notification at the top of the screen or tap on Join from the group conversation in Messages to connect right away.
Paso 2: To join a call from the FaceTime app, go to and join the active FaceTime call.
All participants in a FaceTime call can see each other through individual thumbnail windows. The current speaker’s image is highlighted and moved to the top of the screen.
The app automatically resizes participants’ images based on how long they talk, the volume of their voice, and their physical movements. Those who only listen appear at the bottom of the screen. When the call ends, each person must press the X button to disconnect.
You can use Group FaceTime starting with macOS 10.14.3 to chat with up to 32 people, just like on iOS. FaceTime displays between four and nine video image tiles simultaneously, corresponding to the active speakers.
Using the FaceTime app
Paso 1: launch the FaceTime app and use the search field to enter the email addresses or phone numbers of the people you want to include.
Paso 2: If a person is already in your contacts, enter their name or select them from the list, then click Add.
Paso 3: click Audio o Video to make the call.
Paso 4: To join the call from the FaceTime app, click the active call, then click to join.
Paso 5: To join the call from a notification, click Join.
Paso 6: To change settings during a call, move your mouse over the FaceTime window to display the on-screen controls.
Paso 1: You can start a FaceTime call through the Messages app or join an existing call in progress through a notification.
Paso 2: To join a call from the Messages app, tap Join in group conversation.
Paso 3: To add a person to a group FaceTime call, click to display the sidebar, then click to add a new person.
Participants in a group call can add stickers, text, Animoji, Memoji, and other effects during a call, as long as you have an iPhone X or later, iPad Pro 11-inch (1st and 2nd generation), or iPad Pro 12-inch, 9 inches (3rd generation and later).
For devices without Face ID, other camera effects such as filters, text, and shapes are available for group FaceTime calls. You need iOS 13 or iPadOS to use Memoji and emoji.
Paso 1: Click on the screen and then tap on the star icon from the icon panel.
Paso 2: Touch the icon for the effect you want, being able to add an Animoji, a tricolor circle filter icon, an Aa text icon, or the red wavy icon.
You can change your audio and video settings in the FaceTime app at any time regardless of the type of conference you’re in. Click on turn off camera to turn off the camera and touch it again to turn it back on.
click on Flip to switch to the rear camera and touch it again to switch back to the front camera. Click on Silence to turn off the sound and press again to activate it again, press on Speaker to switch between mute and horn.