Make Phone Calls with Facebook Messenger on iPhone 6

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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we will show you how to make phone calls through Facebook messenger when using the iPhone 6.


Steps

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    To start off, we need to unlock the phone, which we can do by using the fingerprint lock.
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    Now, we need to go to the Facebook Messenger application by tapping on the white and blue icon with a lightning symbol inside. Give that a tap to open Facebook Messenger.
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    The app has opened our "Recent" chat history.
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    Tap on a person's name to open the chat history with that person.
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    In the top right-hand corner, there are two icons. One is a phone, and the other is a camera.
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    We're just going to start a phone call, so we need to tap on the phone.
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    It will begin calling that person.
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    For our demonstration, we will tap on the "speaker" icon in the middle, so we can hear. It works just like a regular phone, so normally we would probably use it without the speaker.
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    Tap on the "speaker" icon in the middle again to turn it off.
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    To mute ourselves, we should tap the "mute" icon on the left with the image of a microphone. Tap it again to unmute.
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    We can also include the "video" option by tapping the video camera icon on the right. This will turn our camera on, which can be seen at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen.
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    Now, he's turned his camera on, so we can see him as well. We've now switched to the video camera mode.
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    Tap in the middle of the screen, then tap on the video camera icon on the right to turn that mode off.
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    To end the call, tap in the middle of the screen, and press the red phone icon at the bottom center.
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    You just watched me showing you how to make phone calls on Facebook Messenger using the iPhone 6. If you have any additional questions on how your Facebook Messenger or any related applications work, please leave them in the comment section below.
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Video: Make Phone Calls with Facebook Messenger on iPhone 6

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I was trying to speak to a contact using Facebook messenger, my contact is able to pick up the call, but does not hear me. My contact only hears herself talking not me. I have a Samsung Galaxy Note4, my friend has an iPhone 6. I have tried: Looked at internet tutorials , seems simple enough so doesn't make sense why its not working. I think it was caused by: No idea

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Recent edits by: Eng, Jen M, Rushell

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