Group FaceTime Auto-Resizing is added for the convenience of iOS users. But in some situations, I’ve discovered users who are annoyed by this facility. Because whenever you are group FaceTiming, the active speaker’s tile becomes larger as compared to the other active participants.
In this article, I’ll be discussing How To Disable Group FaceTime Auto-Resizing on iPhone & iPad. So you can no longer be bothered by frustrating moving tiles while having a nice video chat. Because when a group FaceTime becomes crowded, it’s quite annoying the tiles start to move on their own, when more than one member starts talking.
How Do I Disable Group FaceTime Auto-Resizing on iPhone & iPad?
Before we move on to the procedure, I want to acknowledge that your device should have iOS 13.5 or above versions to access this facility. Because on the previous versions, you are not allowed to disable auto-resizing.
- Unlock your iPhone or iPad and launch the Settings app.
- Swipe down to locate FaceTime
- Once located, navigate to the FaceTime menu
- Now right beneath the Automatic Prominence section, disable the Speaking toggle.
- Thereafter, start enjoying Group FaceTime without Auto-Resizing.
Please do note that the above-provided procedure only works on Group FaceTime. So it will not be of any good for users doing 1-on-1 video chats. Because on such calls, there are no moving tiles. However, if you are willing to enlarge a specific person during FaceTime, then you can simply tap once on his displaying tile.
Furthermore, after disabling auto-resizing, you’ll discover that most of the tiles will start to appear at the bottom of your display. It’s only because the group video chat is crowded and your device’s display is not enough to handle that many tiles. So if you find yourself in a crowded Group FaceTime, try not to get afraid by the tiles appearing in lists.
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