Meet has undergone multiple feature improvements since its widespread release in 2020 to improve users' meeting experiences, including virtual backdrops and effects, live captions, auto-light changes and noise reduction, as well as moderation controls and the ability to plan meetings.
The Duo mobile app will be connected with other tools, like Gmail, Google Calendar, Assistant, and Messages, in addition to Meet's capabilities. It will also keep features like up to 32-person group calls, doodling, masks, and amusing effects.
As it disclosed its ambitions to connect the two services, Google said it had made significant investments in both Duo and Meet, which are used by millions of people across the world.
All Google Workspace clients, as well as historical G Suite basic and business customers, and all users with personal Google accounts, will be able to use the unified video communications solution, according to the firm.