The join button doesn’t appear at random, but it’s supposed to appear (mostly) present!
iMessage as well as FaceTime is among Apple users’ preferred methods to connect. While the apps were always exclusive, iOS 15 saw, for the first time, an extension that could incorporate Windows as well as Android users.
Since their debut just a few years ago, Apple users have always depended on them to keep up to the other Apple users. However, it is the way Apple continues to add new features is what keeps it fresh.
There may not be a big feature; the waves that are big only occur once in a while. However, the smaller improvements and enhancements are always welcomed. However when you come across something completely new, it’s normal to be confused. For instance, you can see the green join button, or the green camera button on your iMessage at times. Many people are in confusion. What is it exactly?
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The Green Join Button Demystified
If you start the iMessage chat with someone and then look in the upper-right side on the display, you’ll typically see a video camera icon there.
If you tap and it will give you two options: begin an FaceTime Audio call, or an FaceTime video call by tapping the contact.
Sometimes instead of the standard camera icon, you’ll see or a green-colored camera icon or a completely different color of “Join” button. It’s not a reason to be concerned however. It’s not an unsolved mystery. There’s a way to deal with this absurdity.
The green-colored Join button as well as the camera icon in green indicates the continuous FaceTime call.
The Join Button in a Group Chat
If you log into the iMessage Group chat, and notice the “Join” button in the upper-right cornerof the screen, it is simply a sign that the other participants in the chat are participating in an in-group FaceTime call. The ‘Join’ button is visible when the calls are initiated by the group’s own.
If the call is in progress The Join button will be displayed. You can hit it at any moment to join the group call. It will also allow you to check how many participants are participating in the group chat currently. Even if you didn’t get the announcement, you’ll be able to jump into the group and participate anytime.
The Green Camera Icon in an iMessage Chat
If you’re currently in an FaceTime chat with someone, and you go to the iMessage chatroom there’s an image of a video camera in green there instead. Clicking the camera icon will bring you back to your FaceTime call, or to expand the FaceTime screen in case you’re using Picture-in–Picture.
Camera icons will only be green if you’re in the same call with them. When you end the FaceTime call the camera icon for video will change to normal.
It could, or, in the ideal case, ought to.
The Bug has been Bugging People
Recently, there was an issue in the system that caused the camera icon would remain green even after you’ve stopped in FaceTime. FaceTime call. It was reported that the green icon for cameras could remain for hours even after the call had ended. It usually happens in cases where the phone call cut off suddenly. For instance, if the phone battery went out or they experienced a problem.
However however, the green camera icon created quite a stir, sown the seeds for doubt. “Did the camera icon mean that the contact was on another FaceTime call?” This was the top concern that many people had.
To clear any doubts To clear any doubts, this was a glitch which is expected to be solved in the near future. If you click on the camera’s green icon one of two scenarios will occur. You’ll either call back the other person , or you’ll be the only person in FaceTime. FaceTime call.
The only time that the Join button is displayed in the chat room is when there is a group chat taking place. Even if some participants of the group separately in a conference and the Join button will only appear when you initiate the call with the group.
The green camera icon is only visible during a phone call with another person. If they’re in a phone call with another person and the camera icon isn’t visible, it won’t ever turn green. It’s just not the way. It would be a huge privacy invasion.
If you’re suffering from this issue make sure you update to the most recent version of the software. If you’re on the most recent version of software and you are experiencing this issue you have nothing to do other than wait until Apple solves it.
If you’re in the meantime you’ll be able to rest at ease knowing that your loved one isn’t on an FaceTime call with a different person at 3 AM in the morning. It’s just a glitch. (Or, even if they are you, your iMessage does not tell you that. It just doesn’t.)
The green ‘Join’ camera button in iMessage could be a source of mystery due to the issue that was associated with it. In normal situations it’s simply announcing that you are in a call with group members or another contact.