On iOS 12 and Mac OS X Mojave, FaceTime gets its first major update in years, and while the great effects like Animoji live, filters and posters are fun, the real star of the show is TeamTime, 12 Support audio and video conference calls to up to 32 participants at once, and you can also start a conference call with a group conversation in messages on your iPhone or iPad, as well as join an ongoing call.
How to set up a group Facetime call on your iPhone, iPad or Mac
The use of FaceTime is the most obvious way to make a conference call, and there are some changes to how you make calls on iOS 12.
- Open the FaceTime app on your iPhone or iPad
- Press the + button in the upper-right corner.
- Enter the name or number of the person you want to call.
- Enter up to 30 additional contacts.
- Click Video or Audio to place your call.
How to set up a FaceTime Call to Group Using Messages on iPhone or iPad
FaceTime is also better integrated into the messaging application, where you can use this integration to place a call to a group in iMessage messages.
- Open messages on your iPhone or iPad.
- Click on a group conversation or start a new conversation.
- Click Avatars for conversation participants at the top of the screen.
- Click Invite Time.
How to Join a Call to Invite Time to Set in Messages on iPhone or iPad
- Open the messages.
- Click on a group conversation with the Open Time Talk call.
- Press the green join button in the message bubble.