The tech giant has announced screen sharing in a post highlighting six of Android's latest features. The Android Police reported the arrival of the feature for the first time in September, after Google did tweet about this with the caption:
The company quickly deleted this tweet, but started releasing the feature for devices Android in late September, a few years after the murder of its first recurrence.
Sharing your screen at Google Duo is so simple, and is done by pressing a button at the bottom of the menu, in the middle of a call. There you select "Screen Sharing". If you are the one sharing, you will see a warning about possible sensitive information being displayed on your screen. You will not see the other person on the screen at the start of the notification, and the only indication that you are still on the call and that the feature is active is an icon in the status bar or a notification with 'Screen sharing in progress'.
Now available for most devices running Android 9 or later, more people can take advantage of anti-spam features, including the ability to tell you why businesses are calling before you respond.