Google Duo Will Soon Allow Up to 32 Participants in Group Video Calls

Google Duo Will Soon Allow Up to 32 Participants in Group Video Calls
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The Google Duo will soon increase the number of participants allowed on a group video call, a publication confirmed by Google. The report cites the company for claiming that the Duo will soon allow 32 participants to join a group call. This development comes at a time when people around the world are using video-chat tools for the coronavirus epidemic.

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According to AndroidPolice report, Google has confirmed the publication that Google Duo will soon support group calls with 32 people. At the moment, the platform allows 12 participants during a video call that was increased from eight participants back in March. To recall, group video calling on Google Duo began with 4 participants by April 2019.

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