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Google Officially Introduces Duo Eight-Person Group Calling

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Google Officially Introduces Duo Eight-Person Group Calling

Google this week updated it Duo video chat app with group support that now allows up to eight people will be able to have a video call using Google Duo simultaneously.

After only being available in select regions for a few weeks, Google Duo's feature group calling is now available globally on both iOS and Android, and like all Duo calls and video messages and group calls are also encrypted end-to-end letting your conversations stay private.

In some regions, including Indonesia, India, and Brazil, Google is introducing a Data Saving mode in order to keep data consumption down on video calls placed with Duo on Android. The feature will roll out to other markets as well in the coming months.

Here’s how to use Google Duo for video calls across IOS and Android devices.

  1. Install Google Duo either from the Google Play Store on Android or from the iTunes App Store on iPhones and iPads. 
  2. Allow the app to access your microphone, camera and contacts by tapping “Give Access” and tapping “Allow” and the subsequent pop-ups.
  3. Swipe up on the bar on the bottom of the screen and Tap “Create group.”
  4. Add the people you want to be in your Google Duo group. You can select up to seven other people.
  5. Tap “Done.”
  6. Tap the pencil icon to name your group -- choose something like “family” or “friends.”
  7. Now, on the main screen, you’ll see the group you created. Just tap it and click “Start” to begin the call.

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