Facebook Live may be making its way to the Windows 10 desktop app according to some new screenshots. The feature, which will let you start streams right from your PC, appears to only be showing up for select individuals.
Currently, none of the Windows Central team is able to access the feature, but Elson de Souza was kind enough to share some screen shots of the feature in action.
The screenshots show a new icon that will be used to start live broadcasts, as well as how it looks once a broadcast is started. You'll be able to see comments and who joins on the right side of the screen, as well as a view on the left of what is being broadcasted.
Do you have the ability to start these live videos on your Windows 10 Facebook app? If so, let us know in the comments!
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