Internet search giant
has rolled out a new update to the web version of the
Google Duo platform
that will allow its users to to make a conference call with up to 32 people.
This new feature was announced by Sanaz Ahari Lemelson, senior director of product management at Google, on Twitter. She said, “Today one of our most requested features for Duo, a group calling on the web with up to 32 people, is starting to roll out on the latest version of Chrome.”
1/Today one of our most requested features for Duo, group calling on the web with up to 32 people, is starting to r… https://t.co/2oxbMZW0iE— Sanaz (@sanazahari) 1592319487000
In order to make use of this new feature, all users need to do is to click on the “create group link button” and sign in with their Google account on
Not only that, replying to one of her followers, she also said that in the coming weeks, Google Duo will be able to support up to 32 participants in a
group video call
on all platforms.
@AutomateYouLife 32 participants will be available on all platforms. We will ramp this up over the next couple of weeks.— Sanaz (@sanazahari) 1592365152000
Back in March, Google increased the maximum limit of participants in a group call to 12.
Earlier this month, a report by Android Police revealed that Google is adding a feature that will allow its users to end invite links on mobile. As per the report, the feature will allow the video call host to send an invite to other members by just sending them a link. In order to access the link the user just has to add one person to the group call.
Apart from this, the video calling tool will also allow users to invite a person during the call. In order to allow a person to join the video call midway, users within the call can click on the three dots placed on the bottom right corner of the screen and then tap on the share link button.