It is possible to do group calls in FaceTime in Mojave. In previous versions of macOS, only one-on-one calls were possible. This video shows how to start a group call or add new people to a call in progress.
- In macOS Mojave,…you can do group calls in Facetime,…where in previous versions,…Facetime would only work for one-on-one calls.…Be aware this feature was not available…in the initial release of Mojave.…You and everybody you plan to add to the group call…will need to run their updates,…so you need to have a Mac…running macOS version 10.14.1 or higher…or an iPhone or an iPad running iOS 12.1 or higher.…If anybody has an older version,…you cannot add them to the call.…With that in mind,…we're going to launch Facetime,…and immediately we can see the preview from my webcam.…
And I want to call somebody,…so I'll go to the sidebar on the left to this field…where I'll put in their contact information,…either their phone number or email address…associated with their iCloud account,…or if you have them in your address book,…you can go search for them.…I have Garrick in my address book,…so I'll choose him here.…Now, if you want to start with a group call,…you can add multiple people.…So I could also search for Jess and choose her.…
- Name the desktop pictures option that simulates a gradual shift from daytime to nighttime.
- Identify how many apps are displayed in the “Recent Apps” section of the dock.
- Explore the App Store for helpful features that provide useful information and insights.
- Recall the system component that can have its application access controlled with Mojave.
- Recognize the requirements for group Facetime calls.