Google Duo expanded its web version last month by adding members during group video calls. After the web, now this feature has also been introduced in the Android mobile version of Duo, after which you can now share 32 people in the Google Duo app, instead of 12, as part of your group video call.
Google Duo Video Call Limit
According to the report, this feature, which adds 32 people to Google Duo Group video call, has started getting available to select Android users at the moment.
The report further informs that this feature will not be available in the latest app version, but is currently rolled out through server-side updates. Let us know, Google first announced in May 2020 to expand the number of members in Duo’s group video call, which said that 12 to 32 members can be part of a group video call in the coming days.
Google Duo has released several updates to the app to compete with rival video calling companies like Zoom during the Corona epidemic.
According to 9to5Google, the feature that adds 32 members to Google Duo’s group video call is being rolled out in phase manner via the server-side. Currently, a select few have received this feature, but in the coming weeks, most people will get this feature.
The Google Duo introduced the group video call feature with a four-member number, which was increased to 8 in March. However this month again the number of members was expanded and then 12 people started enjoying group video calls together.