Google increases Duo group calling limit from eight to twelve as Zoom damned over privacy concerns

Google increases Duo group calling limit from eight to twelve as Zoom damned over privacy concerns

With  the popular Zoom video conferencing software being described as “the Facebook of the video-conferencing world, sucking every piece of data it can from you and any device you install it on,” we’ve been looking for alternatives – and Google Duo is looking like a contender now that its ncreased t he maximum number of people who can participate in a  call.

Sanaz, Google’s  senior director of product and design at Google, announced the increase of maximum participants from eight to twelve in the company’s free Duo software:

Although the announcement did not mention whether the increase was permanent, it will come as welcome news to anyone troubled by Zoom’s data-sharing concerns.

Read how to set up Google Duo here.

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