Click Create Link to open a sharing menu. After creating the link, it appears in the sidebar of the FaceTime window, as pictured below.
With the FaceTime link seamlessly attached to the Calendar event, everyone you invite will know exactly where to meet and when.
Receiving and making FaceTime calls can be done on your Mac computer by launching the application and signing in with your Apple ID. Group FaceTime calls are only available to Mac users with macOS Mojave 10.14.3 or higher. Once you've signed in, use the gray entry bar at the top of the screen and begin typing the name, phone number, or email of the person who you would like to FaceTime call. To end the call, click the red 'X' icon in the middle of the screen.
Once you've selected all participants for your group FaceTime call, click 'Video' at the bottom of the screen. If you've already signed in using your Apple ID, begin typing the names of those you wish to FaceTime by pressing the Return key on your keyboard after you've selected each participant.
A list of participants will appear on the left side, and at the bottom find the plus sign icon (+) to add another caller. Type in their name, phone number or email address and click "Add" at the bottom of the screen. You can add up to 32 people to a group FaceTime audio or video call.
Connect with family and friends around the world with FaceTime audio and video calls. Synced playback and shared controls keep everyone on the same beat, and smart volume makes it easy to keep the conversation going over FaceTime while enjoying a video or song you love. Share your iPhone, iPad or Mac screen to bring your favorite apps into FaceTime. Even friends who don’t have an Apple device can join the call from their browser instantly — no login necessary.
With spatial audio, your friends’ voices are spread out to sound like they’re coming from the direction in which they’re positioned on the call. Grid view lets you see people in your Group FaceTime calls in the same-size tiles, and highlights the current speaker so it’s easy to know who’s talking.
FaceTime is Apple’s built-in video and audio calling app. If you don’t have an iPhone, you can still make calls from the email associated with your Apple ID, but only to other FaceTime users.
Your iPhone should automatically forward your messages to iMessage and FaceTime on your Mac once you’re signed in, but if it doesn’t, you may have to enable it under the iCloud settings on your phone. In the app, open the “FaceTime” menu and click the “Preferences” command.
While Messages on macOS Big Sur is a great way to shoot off a quick text to your friends, sometimes you want to actually talk to people. FaceTime lets you make video and audio calls to people when your communication needs a more personal touch on any of the best Macs .
Getting started with FaceTime is fairly simple, and all you'll need is your Apple ID. Enter your Apple ID email address and password and hit Sing In.
If you have two-step or two-factor authentication turned on for your Apple ID, enter your verification code. Leave your phone in your pocket or on your desk, and make your next call with FaceTime instead. Select which phone number or email address people will see when you call them using FaceTime. Choose which email address or phone number that you'll start new calls from. If you've got any other questions about getting started with FaceTime on your Mac, don't hesitate to ask in the comments.
It’s actually quite easy to prevent anyone else from invading your conversational privacy until Apple is able to fix the bug later this week. [Update: Apple announced on February 1st that the fix had been delayed.]. In fact, Apple has temporarily turned off the Group FaceTime feature in iOS and macOS, which it says should address the bug for now.
This will turn off both video and audio FaceTime calls, but it’s a safety precaution to take until this nasty bug is fixed.
Getting started is quick and easy -- simply enter your Apple ID and you're ready to go.