Google has always lagged in creating a popular social messaging app. They have tried several times with different apps and in the latest, they have come up with the Google Allo. Similarly, Allo is also shutting down due to poor response from users. Despite all the falk, Google’s Duo, a video chat app has managed to grab some feet in the social messaging marketing. Its video quality and simplicity to use has made it popular among folks.
In a bid to improve the overall usability, Google continuously keeps updating the app with new features. In a similar move, Google Duo is coming with a group calling feature. It will help multiple users to place a group call as like of Skype and other popular apps. Our folks at AndroidPolice have got their hands on the latest build of Google Duo. They have managed to get a glimpse of the new Google Duo group calling feature.
As per the source, the group calling feature on Duo will give you guys an option to add 8 people at once. As of now, it is not possible to add new participants to the group if the call has already started. You need to “Create Group” to add up the participants and initiate the call. Even, it’s UI of handling so many people at once has not appeared yet, but we expect an elegant view so that everyone can see and chat without any problem.
The new feature might roll out very soon until then you can enjoy the snapshots above of the same feature. Stay connected until then!