Google has officially dispatched screen sharing for Duo video calls, so you don’t need to start up another application or decide on another assistance on the off chance that you have to show the other individual on the line what’s on your telephone. The tech giant has reported screen sharing in a post featuring six of Android’s latest highlights.
Android Police initially announced the element’s appearance in September after Google tweeted about it with the subtitle: “Share more moments with your friends on Google Duo. Now you can use screen-sharing to browse photos and videos together, and plan activities all while on a video call.”
The company immediately erased that tweet, however it actually began revealing the element for Android gadgets in late September, a few years in the wake of executing its first emphasis.
Sharing your screen is as basic as tapping on the overflow button at the base menu in a call and picking Screen Share. In case you’re the one sharing, you’ll see an warning about conceivably uncovering touchy data on your display.
You won’t see the other individual on the screen when sharing beginnings, and the main sign that you’re still on a call and that the component is dynamic is a symbol on your status bar or a notice that says “Ongoing screen sharing.”
Based on our tests, the element doesn’t appear to be to be accessible on all gadgets yet, however it could in the end advance toward more Android telephones later on.
Also, Google has reported that the Phone application is presently viable with more gadgets. The application, which used to be a Pixel selective, began advancing toward more Android brands and models prior this year.
Presently that it’s accessible for most gadgets running Android 9 or higher, more individuals can profit by its anti—spam highlights, including the capacity to tell you why businesses are calling before you answer.