Earlier this month, she confirmed Google Inc. Its intention to launch the screen-sharing feature on its Duo video calling app, and the company quickly deleted this ad, which was via a tweet on Twitter, and now, this feature is making its way to users.
In turn, this launch is currently available to users on Android from the server side, however, all you need to try is to be live on one device to do the sharing, and its operation is simple, and all you have to do is press the “three dots” button at the bottom right The Duo screen is in the middle of the call, right up to the Screen Share option.
Once you press this option, a pop-up window will appear asking you if you want to reveal sensitive information during the call, you in turn choose to start now and you are good to go, and what appears on your screen will be shared with the other person.
Finally, screen sharing is an essential part of any video calling service, not only for those who want to show things to others, but also for providing quick technical support to one of them, and since this feature is server-side, it is not available to everyone, as work is still in progress. However, it is important to download the latest version of Duo to fully receive the feature.