Synchronous communication is when two users communicate together through social media at the same time. This type of communication creates a conversation for the users and instantaneous responses between them. An example of synchronous communication is Facetime, a video calling ability on an iPhone, similar to Skype or Facebook messenger’s video option. Once two or more people connect the immediate communication begins. Quick conversations and instant replies make Facetime a great synchronous communication tool. Many people can be seen using Facetime as they’re walking home from school, going grocery shopping, or catching up with their family in a different state. This creates an easy and instantaneous way to connect and show others what they are seeing when they are seeing it.