Google has launched a new update to the Google Duo app that supports up to 12 people in group video calls.
Google has limited the number of people in group video calls in the Google Duo app to only 8 people during the past period, but the search giant has provided a new update to the application with support for more users joining in conference calls.
Google continues to update the Google Duo application, as the new update comes to support users with a greater number in group video calls of up to 12 users.
The Google Duo application is one of the limited applications of messaging and social communication applications that have been submitted by the search giant and which have continued until now, as Google tends to close this category of applications and launch new applications.
This support comes to a 50% greater number for the video call group, as it is expected that the new increase in the specified number is a result of the spread of the COVID-19 virus, to support users to hold video conferences and meetings to work more efficiently.
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