Google Plan to replace Duo with Meet for video calling service
Google Meet to replace Duo for video call service – A plan to replace Duo with Meet is said by Google. Both Google Duo and Meet are video call services like Zoom and Skype. One report said that Google Meet has grown enough to be considered a competitor to Zoom.
Javier Soltero, head of G Suite, plans to make a video call service for corporate and regular users. The union of Duo and Meet is called “Duet” (Duo and Meet). Several important key features are the plans to bring from Duo to Meet before the final phase-out.
The coexistence of Google’s Duo and Meet video call service doesn’t make sense, says Javier Soltero. Duo has constant updates and many features added in the past few months, but the new decision the company has made is shocking for the team working on Duo. Google Duo will no longer exist after the merger with Meet and the team will need to deal with the Meet development.
A roadmap was recently shared by Google that the Meet will help the educational system that leads to slow down the Duo development. According to the report, there is no fixed timetable for this margin, but it can take up to 2 years. Also, note that the current usage of Duo should not be changed by Google. According to the 9to5Google report, Google has fully invested in the Duo and will continue to provide a pleasant experience for customers and partners. Google is also looking to improve the video call service with Duo and Meet.