Rooms is a strange product and one that Facebook doesn’t expect most users to flock to.Instead, Facebook hopes Rooms will attract the most loyal and passionate users that will come back to the app every day.Grab a friend or family member that you want to swap faces with, and align both of your faces with the icons on screen until they are both yellow.We've found that it's most successful if you remove your glasses, and if you're facing the camera directly. Snapchat uses the map of your face to adjust the other persons face to fit yours, and that means that when you talk it'll be their face that moves on your body… It's horrifying and bizarre, but totally fascinating and it'll have you laughing uncontrollably in no time (like Lewis and Christina were below).Forum members can spread the word by sharing a photo of a randomly generated QR code, which they can share privately or publicly.
First things first, if you're completely new to Snapchat our complete guide to using Snapchat might be more useful, as it takes you through every element of the app. Now, tap on your face until you see a sort of mesh form over your face.
Facebook’s experiment with semi-anonymous social networking centered around interests, via a standalone app called Rooms, failed.
But the learnings from that earlier experiment have now popped up in Facebook’s Messenger application as a new feature called Rooms, which is rolling out now in select markets.
In September, code was discovered hidden in the Messenger app that referenced a feature by the same name, which also offered some explanation of how Rooms worked.
At the time, text found in the code stated that “rooms are for public conversations about topics and interests.