Google Duo is currently the number one video calling service around the world which is used by millions of people. Google keeps adding new features to both the Android and iOS Apps, the recent one being the addition of dark mode and the ability to facilitate group video calls effortlessly. After the rollout of Duo 69 last week, the company is testing a ‘Moment Capture’ feature for live image sharing during a call
Users who are currently using the Duo 69 version will be able to use the feature although it is in the testing stages. The feature could let the user send a live capture in real time to the user at the receiving end without having to send a stored image. If this feature becomes official, it will come in handy for several users who can click picture right during the call and send it if its really important for them during the conversation.
The toggle for Moment Capture can be turned on from under the settings. The way this feature works is very simple. You get a new button on the video calling screen after turning the toggle on. If you and your calling partner are facing the front camera, then with the help of this button, you can capture the image of both faces.
Whatever that is facing the front camera, you can capture the image with the help of this button and get the screenshot on the screen side-by-side. This will help the users instantly send the screenshot from within the App itself.