Taking a step forward to enhance the quality of video, Google announced new features for its video calling app, Duo.
With new features, users can now make Duo group calls on the web and invite others with a link.
Google Duo is also getting a family mode along with new masks and effects in the lockdown.
The largest search engine was found testing a new feature that lets people use their email address to make calls on Duo and plans to launch this feature soon.
Group calls are also coming to Google Duo on the web and it will be available first on Chrome. A new layout on the app will be seen which makes it easier for all the call participants on the screen. These two features will be available on Duo in the coming weeks.
The new family mode on Duo can be turned on from the menu icon when it will release. Family mode hides the mute and end call buttons so that there are no accidental pushes.
It also comes with effects and a doodle option for kids to play with during the video call.
Speaking of masks and effects, Google is adding a Mother’s Day effect which lets you turn into a bouquet of flowers for your mom.