Facebook has started public testing of a new live video feature, beginning with people in the US on iPhones.
“Live lets you show the people you care about what you’re seeing in real time,” said Facebook.
To share live video, you will tap on Update Status and then select the Live Video icon.
From there you can write a description and choose the audience you want to share with.
During your broadcast, you’ll see the number of live viewers, the names of friends who are tuning in, and a real-time stream of comments.
When you end your broadcast, it will be saved on your Timeline.
You can discover live videos from your friends and public figures you follow in News Feed. While watching a live video, you can subscribe to that’s person’s future broadcasts.
Facebook’s live video feature will compete with services like Google’s YouNow.

Facebook Collage

Facebook has also rolled out Collage.
This feature lets users lay out photos and videos in a grid when publishing them to the social network.
Collage will begin rolling out on iPhone today and will be available on Android in early 2016.