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Google now lets you make group video calls on your smart display

25/06/2020

Since the coronavirus era began, Google has been doubling down on making Google Meet and Duo a thing (and to steal some market share from Zoom). After increasing the number of users who can join a call on both services, making Google Meet free, and then integrating that service right into Gmail, the company has now...
Since the coronavirus era began, Google has been doubling down on making Google Meet and Duo a thing (and to steal some market share from Zoom). After increasing the number of users who can join a call on both services, making Google Meet free, and then integrating that service right into Gmail, the company has now seen fit to make group calls available on Google-powered smart displays. You can now start such a party on Duo by simply saying ‘Hey Google, make a group call.’ You’ll have to set up groups first in your phone’s Duo app, but after that… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Since the coronavirus era began, Google has been doubling down on making Google Meet and Duo a thing (and to steal some market share from Zoom). After increasing the number of users who can join a call on both services, making Google Meet free, and then integrating that service right into Gmail, the company has now seen fit to make group calls available on Google-powered smart displays. You can now start such a party on Duo by simply saying ‘Hey Google, make a group call.’ You’ll have to set up groups first in your phone’s Duo app, but after that… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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