Join a call from a FaceTime link
When you receive a link to a FaceTime call, you join the call in the FaceTime app if you’re using macOS 12, iOS 15, iPadOS 15 or later. You join the call on the web if you’re using an earlier OS version, or if you’re using an Android or Windows device that meets these requirements.
Join a call on your Mac from a FaceTime link
Click the link to the FaceTime call, then click Join in the FaceTime app on your Mac.
If you’re the originator of the FaceTime link, the call begins. The originator of the FaceTime link can let others in to the call immediately. After a participant with an Apple device has joined the call for 30 seconds, they can also let new callers in.
Join a FaceTime call from an Android or Windows device
Click or tap the link to the FaceTime call.
Enter your name to join the call, then click or tap Continue.
The first time you join a FaceTime call on your device, you may need to allow FaceTime access to your microphone and camera.
Click or tap Join.
The originator of the FaceTime link can let you in to the call immediately. After a participant with an Apple device has joined the call for 30 seconds, they can also approve (or decline) requests to join the call.
To leave the call, click or tap Leave in the bottom-left corner.
After you’re in the call, you can choose call options—for example, you can share the link with others, change your view, and more.