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Google Duo will now be available on web, 32 people will be able to make video calls simultaneously

       Published 3 weeks ago on May 12, 2020

Google Duo has now become a popular video app. Since the outbreak of coronovirus and lockdown, Google has added new features to make Duo the best video calling service. From the portrait effect and low-light mode on group calls to the increased number of users, the Duo has added several new features over the past few months. Now, Google is adding more features to it.
This video calling service will soon have group calling support on the web. Which will be a big bump for Skype and Zoom. Apart from this, it is also adding features like link sharing and family mode. Google Duo expanded group calling from 8 to 12 at the end of March and now 32 callers will be able to make video calls with S in the coming weeks. With these features, Google Duo will require a better layout to see everyone on call. Google said that we are testing a good layout before rolling it out.
Explain that earlier Google Dua service was limited to Android and iOS apps only and now, Google has announced that Duo Group will support video calls on the web. The feature will first start as a preview on feature Chrome and will be gradually expanded. You can invite anyone with a Google account through a group calling link. This feature seems to be borrowed from Google Meat, which is now available for free.
Google Duo is also adding a new family mode, a way to make the service child-friendly. The facility is essentially adding fun capabilities to the existing service. Some features include doodling that everyone can see on the feed.

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