Google Duo rolls out screen sharing for video calls

Google has officially introduced display sharing for Duo video clip phone calls, so you really do not have to hearth up an additional application or choose for an additional services if you need to demonstrate the other man or woman on the line what is on your telephone. The tech giant has introduced display sharing in a publish highlighting 6 of Android’s most modern capabilities. Android Police first documented the feature’s arrival in September following Google tweeted about it with the caption: “Share far more times with your pals on Google Duo. Now you can use display-sharing to search images and films collectively, and system functions all when on a video clip simply call.”

The company swiftly deleted that tweet, but it nonetheless commenced rolling out the feature for Android units in late September, a few of yrs following killing its first iteration. Sharing your display is as straightforward as tapping on the overflow button at the bottom menu in the center of a simply call and selecting Display Share. If you’re the one particular sharing, you will see a warning about possibly exposing sensitive details on your display screen. You won’t see the other man or woman on the display when sharing starts off, and the only sign that you’re nonetheless on a simply call and that the feature is lively is an icon on your position bar or a notification that suggests “Ongoing display sharing.” Primarily based on our checks, the feature doesn’t look to be readily available on all units nonetheless, nevertheless it could eventually make its way to far more Android telephones in the future.