Google Duo starts rolling out voicemail-like feature

By : |March 8, 2018 0

Google Duo has started rolling out a voicemail-like option for its users. The new feature lets users leave voice and video messages when no one picks up the call.

As stated by Google, the message can be up to 30 seconds long. After watching the video or listening to the message, your contact can call you right back, at which point you can decide if you want to pick up the call or just let it go to video mail, too. After a user plays a videomail, the video stays for up to 24 hours unless the user downloads it.

To access the feature, simply tap the “Leave video message” icon when it pops up, record your video and then send the clip to your relatives and friends. Like Google Duo calls, the video mail feature is end-to-end encrypted.

The feature is available to all iOS and Android users globally.

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