Google Duo added support for 32 participants in a group video call to its web client last month. It now appears that the same participatory limit support has been added to the Android version of the Duo. According to a report, select Android users are now able to add up to 32 participants during the Duo Group video call. It has been added that this feature is a server-side update and is not coming with the latest version of the app, however. Google first announced that the Duo would increase the participant range from 12 to 32 in May. In the past few months the Google Duo has seen numerous updates for Zoom and others amid the coronavirus epidemic.
According to 9to5Google, 32 participants in a group video call on the Duo are being phased out on behalf of the server. More users are expected to get this feature in the coming week.
To check its availability, Duo Android users have to select the “Create Group” option on the home screen. If users cannot add more than 11 participants, the update feature is not yet available on the device. The availability of the 32-participant video group call feature for the iOS version of Google Duo is unclear.