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  1. Google Duo's screen sharing feature is rolling out Google has started rolling out the screen sharing feature in Google Duo. This will allow Android users to share the screen of their Android device with the caller on a Duo video call. As detailed by Android Police, enabling the feature while on a video call is as simple as tapping the three-dot overflow menu button and selecting the Screen share option. Google will show a warning saying you might expose your sensitive information during this process. If you are okay with it, press the Start Now bu
  2. Google Duo now supports up to 12 people in a group video call Google has expanded group video calling on Duo to support up to 12 people at once. Previously, the video calling service only allowed up to eight persons in a group video call. The move comes amidst rising usage of video call services due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has forced people across the globe to work from home. This is a server-side change from Google and has already been rolled out to all Duo users. This means you can start making group video calls with up to 11 additional pa
  3. Google Duo now lets you send Zoom-like invite links for group video calls Making Duo more like Google Meet and Zoom Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google’s Duo video calling platform now has invite links on mobile, making it even more of a viable competitor to Zoom and other videoconferencing apps, according to Android Police. Unlike Google Meet, the company’s more fully-featured platform designed for businesses, Duo is a more mobile-friendly and consumer-focused app. Yet given
  4. Google Duo video calls are about to look a whole lot better Google is updating its video calling app with a new codec technology Google’s Duo video chatting app is about to get a big bump in call quality, thanks to a new video codec technology the company plans to roll out in the next week. The codec, called AV1, is the product of an industry-wide consortium called the Alliance for Open Media. AV1 is the successor to VP9 and can produce significantly higher data compression rates than prior standards, which makes it great for mobile video applications like streaming TV shows and
  5. Google Duo increases group video call participant limit on the web to 32 Google added new features to Duo back in May that brought a new family mode along with a doodle feature to the service. The search giant also extended support for video calls to the web, albeit in preview on the Chrome browser, and added the ability to generate invite links for group calls. The company also confirmed that it intended to increase the participant limit for video calls to 32. Today, the company announced on Twitter (spotted by OnMSFT) that the ability to conduct
  6. Google Duo gets new family mode with doodle support, expands group video calling to web Google today announced more improvements to Duo. The company has been making rapid improvements to its video calling service as it has grown in popularity over the last few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Google is introducing a new family mode in Duo that will let you doodle and use fun effects to transform yourself into an astronaut, cat, and more while on group video calls. There are also a bunch of other effects along with a special Mother's Day effect.
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