Google Duo’s Web version has been updated officially which support video calling with up to 32 participants in one go. Senior Director of Product and Design, Sanaz Ahari Lemelson, shared A screenshot showing upto 19 people on one screen in a group video call.
During the lockdown in May, Google made an announcement that it will finally bring group video calling to the web version of Duo and a new Family mode for Duo as people are relying on group video call apps more and more to communicate and promote social distancing.
Just to remind, Google had already updated the mobile version of Duo in April which now supports up to 12 participants in a single video call.
According to Dave Citron, Group Product Manager, Google Duo had said, “Every week, over 10 million new people are signing up for Duo, and in many countries, call minutes have increased by more than ten-fold.”
How to use Google Duo new update on the web?
Step 2: Sign into Chrome with your Google account.
Step 3: Sync your contacts. It is important as we have to list them for our group video call.
Step 4: Click the ‘Create Group’ button on the left and add people to your group call. You will also get a shareable link. You can either Add the participants or share the link to start the video call.