The company has revealed that it is rolling out this new feature in select regions with Indonesia being one of them.
Google has started rolling out a new feature to its popular video calling application, Duo. With the new features, users will be able to make group video calls.
The company has revealed that it is rolling out this new feature in select regions with Indonesia being one of them. The company has not revealed the availability of this feature in other countries like India at the time of writing.
In order to make a group video call, users needs to open the application and just beneath the search bar, users will find the ‘Create Group’ button. One then need to tap on the button and add the people with whom they want to hold the group call. One can also save the group for quick access later as well. However, the company has limited the grouping calling to four people right now, though it might increase this number in the coming days.
Previously, Google rolled out a new Data Saver feature to its Android users. The new feature is available for Android across the globe. With this, users will be able to make video calls on the mobile data, although the quality will not be that great. The mode will basically reduce the video quality in order to save some data. The update is currently rolling out via server-side. Google Duo also introduced a feature that allows users to capture and share important moments with video messages when their friends cannot answer their call.
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