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Send the short video message with Google Duo

Hello, readers, we can guess that till the date you all are much known with the video calling app Google Duo. Google duo is one of the most rated video calling apps in Google Play store authorized by the Google. Google Duo has the most number of downloads on Play Store instead of any other video calling app. With this article, we are going to tell you about the latest update about this application.

On this Monday Google has launched a new video messaging feature in Google Duo that will allow its users to capture and share video messages when someone of their contact does not answer their call. This latest update of Google Duo will allow its users to send a 30-second of the short video clip to their contacts when their call gets missed or get declined. This feature is support for Android and iOS platforms and soon all of its users will get to use this latest feature of Google Duo.

Google Duo users now can send a video message to their contact, friend or family member; they will receive it in their Google Duo app. This video messaging function allows its users to send a 30-second short video message or voice message if that user declines or misses your incoming call,” Google said in a statement.


How will this video clip feature work on Google Duo app? If you want to know the answer to you’re this question then it works like to open a video message received from another user, you need to simply tap their icon. After they have seen video message, users can click on ‘Call now’ option to easily call back to that person. Another thing about this feature is that the sent video messages will automatically get deleted after some days when a user has seen it, Google has given this statement. This one thing is as similar as the story concept of WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger, Facebook, and Snapchat which automatically disappear after 24 hours.

Mayur Sojitra
Mayur Sojitra is Tech geek and Full stack developer.


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