How to use Group FaceTime on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch — Apple Support

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Catch up with all your friends at once

with Group FaceTime.

To use Group FaceTime, you'll need a supported device

running iOS 12 or later.

Oh, and you'll want to have a few friends

who can join in too.

They can use FaceTime from their supported iPhone,

iPad, or Mac.

One way to start Group FaceTime is from Messages.

In a message, tap the group or contact

at the top of the screen.

Then choose FaceTime from the drop-down menu.

This will start a FaceTime call with everyone in the message.

Each friend in the call will appear onscreen

in their own tile.

You can also add someone to a FaceTime call

after it's already started.

To do this, tap the bottom of the screen to bring up the menu.

Swipe up from the handle, tap Add Person,

and type in a name.