Google Duo group calling is available on Android and iOS
Google Duo users will need to create a group to start the call
Up to 11 participants can be added in one group call
Google Duo group can be named and saved for future use
Group calling is increasingly becoming a norm amid coronavirus lockdowns. As Indians are stuck at home during the lockdown, everyone from families, friends, and even colleagues can only communicate through video and voice calls. While many group calling apps are available, Google Duo is a popular choice among users. Given the new regulation of working from home, Google Duo recently extended support for up to 12 participants in a group call. Google also revealed that it uses machine learning to improve audio quality of Duo calls on select smartphones.
In this guide, we detail how to make a Google Duo group call. We look at different platforms like Android, iPhone, and iPad, and offer a step by step guide to make it easier for you to start the conversation with your buddies. Unfortunately, while you can make regular video calls via Google Duo for Web, it does not support the group call functionality, as of yet.
Unfortunately, as mentioned, you cannot make a group calls through Google Duo on Web.
If you need to make a video/ voice call to one user, then just register on the browser and verify your phone number.
Once done, your active contacts should show up in a list form, and select the contact you want to start a video/voice call with.
Choose the Voice Call or Video Call button, and the call will start seamlessly.
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