Google Duo Video Messaging Feature will Now Let You Send Video Messages

Google introduces a new feature in its messaging app, Duo. The new feature will allow Duo users to send video messages. Google Duo Video Messaging Feature will Let You Send Video Messages if your recipient is not attending your phone.

Google Duo Video Messaging Feature will Now Let You Send Video Messages

See Also: New Update of Google Duo will Bring Multi-device Support

The working of this feature is very simple. If you’re calling someone and that person declines the call or misses, you’ll be able to leave him/her a video message. Moreover, you can record up to 30 seconds of a video or voice message and send it to your friend or family members. After watching the video, they can decide to call you by tapping the “Call now” button.

This feature is available for both iOS and Android users. This feature has rolled out to all users. Soon all users will get this update.

according to the previous update, Google Duo Let You Call to Android Users who haven’t installed the App. So if you want to make a video call to any of your friend on Duo and they have not installed the app. You can easily call them on Duo.

For More Details Also Read: Google Duo will Now Let You Call to Android Users who haven’t installed the App

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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