Recently, Google has been gracing its Google Duo app with some useful features. Now, another communication feature is being rolled out to the app: screen sharing during video calls. Engadget reports that now Google has started rolling out the feature. Initially, the screen-sharing feature was announced in a quickly-deleted tweet by Google in September, which stated: “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.” Now, it seems that the feature will see the light of release despite the deletion of the Tweet.
When you receive the update for Google Due, to share your screen, you will be able to tap on the overflow button at the bottom menu, when you’re in a call, and choose Screen Share. When you’re sharing your screen, you will no longer see other call participants for as long as the screen sharing is active. This feature is not available for all Android devices as of now, but will eventually be available.