Throughout the past year, Google Duo has become a particularly popular application. Containment in countries like Europe has led more and more users to install the calling and video calling app on their phones. In addition, improvements such as increasing the number of call participants or the ability to use it without a phone number have contributed to its popularity.
Google continues to introduce improvements in the app, in its video calls in this case. Since possibility to share screen during your video calls on Google Duo. A function that has gradually been deployed to users in recent weeks and which you can now take advantage of in the application.
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Share the screen in your video calls on Google Duo
As the name suggests, this function of the application will allow you to view the other person (s) what you see on the mobile screen during this call. These types of functions can be useful if you need to show the steps to perform a certain task for example or if you have a problem on your mobile and want to show it to the other person. Many calling apps already have this feature and it is now the next to join Google. To use it, follow these steps:
- Abre Google Duo.
- Make a video call.
- During this call, go to the application menu, clicking on the three vertical dots.
- Swipe to the right.
- Select the Screen Sharing option.
- Click Start Now.
- The screen must be shared with the other person.
- To end sharing the call, tap the onscreen icon to stop sharing.
At the end of last year, its deployment began. As of January, all app users should already have this screen sharing feature in their accounts. You will only have to make sure that Google Duo is updated to its most recent version, where you will surely be able to use this function normally.
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