Tap the ‘Live’ icon at the top of News Feed of your profile or Page. Tap the ‘Live With’ icon at the bottom of the screen. Select the person you want to invite from the list of viewers and tap ‘Add’
Who can go live on my Facebook page?
The Live With feature allows you to invite another person’s Profile into your Live broadcast as a guest. Only one guest is allowed in any Live broadcast at a time, but you can switch as many guests as you like in and out of your video. Pages can only use the Live With feature with a Profile, not another Page.
How do I change my live settings on Facebook?
1. Go to your group page where you plan to do your live stream. 2. Select Settings from the left panel > click Privacy > select your preferred privacy setting (Public or Private) > hit Save.
Can 2 people go live on Facebook page?
Only one guest at a time can join a Live broadcast, but you can switch guests in and out of your video.
Do you have to be an admin to go live on a Facebook page?
Live Contributors do not have access to any Administrative functions of a Page. Instead, they are only granted the ability to go Live on the Page via the Facebook app for iOS and Android and via designated partner apps such as Switcher Studio.
Why can’t I join my friends Facebook live?
FIX: When your guest can not join/accept your invite and can’t join the broadcast, ask them to turn the rotation lock off. Once the phone can rotate freely, tell them to hold their phone horizontal (in landscape mode) and try to send the invite again.
How do you select a live audience on Facebook?
Once your Messenger Room is up and running, click Live in the upper righthand corner. Give your live video a title if you’d like. Choose where you’d like your Live video to be broadcast: on a Page you manager, in a Group, or on your own personal timeline. Select your audience.
Why is Facebook Live not working?
Sadly, often times Facebook doesn’t work properly and you can’t go live. This could be caused by many factors like account error, app caches, internet connection, phone storage etc. Most of the times the real culprit is the poor (slow and/or unreliable) Internet you’re trying to go live from.