Now make Duo video calls across all your devices linked with Google Account
Google's video calling App, Google Duo can now be accessed on multiple devices linked with your Google Account. When you link your Google Account with Duo, those having your email address or contact number can make a Duo video call.
This feature is currently server-side and users having Google Duo App version 36.1 have
been spotting this new feature. If you are using the latest version, you can see a pop-up screen,
giving you choice to link your Google Account to use Duo on other devices.
You can either AGREE to link account or just SKIP and continue using Duo.
You can anytime add or remove your Google Account from Duo by selecting three dots at the top right corner of the screen, then "Settings" and within settings, you will find "REMOVE GOOGLE ACCOUNT FROM DUO" or "ADD ACCOUNT" if you have not added any Google Account yet.
If your other device is linked with your Google Account, using Duo won't require verifying your number and you can directly sign in with your Google Account by selecting AGREE.
If you are about to sign in to Duo for the very first time, verifying your phone number is mandatory.
But there is a catch! Presently, Google Duo multi-device functionality is not supported on Chromebooks and Google Pixelbook.
Google Duo released worldwide on 16 August 2016 and provides plenty of features like consuming less data in placing video calls, "Knock Knock" feature that lets you see the caller's video before you answer the call only if the caller has you as a contact.
The latest version of the app is free to download at our marketplace and can also be installed from Google Play Store using the given-below link.