A. Facebook Live:
One friend says, use Facebook Live thus: Hit the live button (should be at the top left of your screen beside the photo button) and start talking. When you are done press finish and post. Tada!
I see it in the dock. Now I'll try to remember my password, or retrieve it from my pet elephant, to activate it.
She adds: If you have an Apple product you can FaceTime. If you are one of the people who carry around non-fruit phones, You have to Skype or something else.
Another friend says, ‘FaceTime. When calling out, you can choose between a standard phone call or FaceTime. Green camera icon.’
C. Facebook Messenger Video Chat
Yet another friend says, ‘If you use messenger you can also call someone through video. It's called video chat. Open Facebook messenger and click on the phone symbol.’
One person said he wasn’t nearly good-looking enough to use these. I quoted:
'My looks are not quite up to par.
There are others more handsome by far,
But my face--I don't mind it
Because I'm behind it.
It's the folks out in front that I jar.'
(I THINK Woodrow Wilson composed, or at least quoted, this)
I wondered if Facebook will probably combine virtual reality with FaceTime so that lovers can kiss on FaceTime, and call it 'Interfacetime'. One person called such an invention ‘a cheater’s dream’, but I didn't even think of that. I thought of people who are legitimately in love, but far apart. Military, job, so many things can cause this.’
Another friend opined, ‘As an extremely handsome fellow I feel I must comment on this--I concur with Stan.’
But I'm not sure many people want to use FaceTime or video chat if they're sitting at their computer either in their underwear or with their hair in curlers and face in cold cream with cucumber slices on their eyes, or simply all disheveled. Nor am I sure I want to Facetime/video chat with someone in that state.’