Telegram removes restrictions on watching live broadcasts
Telegram removes restrictions on watching live broadcasts

The Telegram messaging platform is expanding its support for real-time video streaming with its latest update. The platform was launched 8 years ago and continues its tradition by releasing version 8.0 updates every month.

This update features broadcasting unlimited viewers to groups and channels in real time, the ability to remove subtitles from media, hide the sender's name when resending, easily switch to the next unread without going back to the channel method mailing list, improved sticker panels, and animated emojis. new.

With the previous update, group video calling has become a powerful live streaming tool. The previous limit was 1000, and now their audience is unlimited. You can start a live broadcast on a channel or video chat in a group - both now support unlimited viewing.

Increasing the maximum number of viewers in this way opens Telegram's door to a complete mobile live streaming platform capable of broadcasting from 30 users simultaneously.

To get started, click Hangout or Live Channel on the account page of the community you're managing. If you allow the live audience to speak, they can raise their hands and join the broadcast.

The redirection process will be much smoother. You can click the Forward Message tab above the message bar to open the preview window and see what the message will look like when sent, as well as various customization options.

You can also hide the sender's name or comments on MMS messages. If you click on the wrong chat, you can also unsubscribe from messages you don't want to send or change the recipient.

There are millions of independent channels on the platform and users can follow news, events and content.

To make it easier to understand the news, you can now scroll through the channels you follow without going back to the discussion list. When you reach the end of the channel, swipe to move to the next unread channel.

When you use archived folders or discussions to organize your discussion list, the app follows the structure you set.

Telegram removes restrictions on watching live broadcasts

The app searches channels in the current folder, then channels in each folder, and then all channels in chats and archives.

With an open platform and thousands of free, high-quality stickers in your sticker folder, there's a perfect sticker for every situation. This update will make it easier to find one.

Popular stickers are now displayed above the most recently used stickers in the sticker panel. You can click Add to save the package. As you scroll through the packages at the top of the control panel, the thumbnails expand to show the name of the label package.

The Android app also got a broader look at sticker suggestions. For suggestions, enter an emoji in the input field. To see more suggested stickers, swipe up on the suggestions box.

If you have an idea and don't have one in your group, type a word in the search box to find matches in the stickers folder.

Similar to the "Type..." or "Record a Voice Message" message, the platform now displays the status "Select Label" at the top of the chat. This way you know your chat partner is always there.

Comments are enabled on the posts of many channels so that subscribers can interact and share their thoughts. As with chat, a counter is now displayed when a comment thread is opened with a new message, showing the number of unread comments.

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